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Sarah is simplifying the rational expression
3x + 6
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3x
She cancels the 3x's and states that the answer is 6. Matt tells her that she is incorrect. What is one example that he could use to show her that this is incorrect?


4 + 6
------- ≠ 6
4

B) 6
------ ≠ 4
4 + 6

C) 4 + 6
-------- ≠ 2
4 + 3

D) 4
------- ≠ 1/6
4 + 6

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  1. I think its B

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  2. nvm its 8

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