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Using rational functions solve
7+ 1(numerator) x (denominator) = 1 (numerator) x-2(demominator)

• advance functions gr 12 - eh? -

what is all this wordy nonsense?
How about some symbols and parentheses? Such as

(x+2)/(2x-3)

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