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Add. Simplify, if possible.
4d/(5d-10) + 2d/(10d-20)

I am simply having a difficult time with this one. Could you please just get me started?

Thank you in advance!

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  1. Ok, I gave it one more shot. PLEASE let me know if the answer is correct?

    10d/[10(d-2)]

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  2. Or, should I leave it as 10d/(10d-20), or do I factor out both of the 10d's to come up with -1/20?
    Please help me?

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    posted by ASD
  3. 10d / 10(d - 2) = d / (d - 2)

    You were very close!

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