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write as a single fraction in its lowest terms:
(x-2)/3 + (x+1)/4

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  1. In order to combine you have to find the common denominator. Which is 12. Looks like
    (4x-8)/ 12+ (3x+3)/12. then add like terms and simplify.

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  2. 10x-8/12

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