rational expressions
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1. Create a equation that uses two rational expressions that equal (x+5)^2
2. Create an equation that uses two rational expressions that equal 1/x+3
3. Create an equation that uses two rational equations that equal x^2+7x+10

not sure what you are after
Do you mean the equation must use two different expressions, both of which are equal to the given value,
or do you mean the equation must use two rational expressions, and the result is the given value? as in 1/(2x+1)  3x/(x^2+5) = (x+5)^2
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