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posted by Candi .
11x^2 + 22x/11
Am I on the right track?
11(x^2 + 11x)/11 = x^2 + X

yes, except you had 22x, not 11x
So, the answer is x^2 + 2x
also, be sure to use parentheses to make it clear that you mean
(11x^2+22x)/11
and not
11x^2 + (22x/11)
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