10th grade

reduce each rational expression into lowest terms.

2y+4/3y+6

asked by Loretta
  1. x^2+14x+49 factored is (x+7)(x+7)

    3y^2+7y-6 factored = (3y-2)(y+3)

    are these right?

    posted by Bobby
  2. 2y+48y+6

    posted by deshawn

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