Algebra

Simplify by removing the factor of 1
y^2-7y+6/
y^2+8y-9

I need to LCD?
y^2
Then I divide the denominator into the numerator?
Then I simplify?

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  1. (y-1)(y-6)/
    (y+9)(y-1)

    No... you factor out and then the (y-1) cancel off and you'll end up with

    y-6/
    y+9

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