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20 Divide:
x^2 -49y^2/6x^2+42y divided by (x^2-7xy) =

factor the first term. Multiply the first term by the inverse of the second.Combine terms.

I will be happy to critique your work.

(x-3)(x+5)/2(2x^2) * 2x-10 /x^2 - 25 =
x-3/2x^2 ? or am I missing it somewhere

:You are not working the right problem.

:You are not working the right problem.

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