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can you multiply it? I dont understand this. it looks like subtraction to me

uh oh i typed this out wrong its supp((x-2)/(x-3))-((x+1)/(x+3))+((x-9)/(x^2-9))osed to be

Over a common denominator rather.

so i need to multiply the first two fractions by (x+3) or x-3?

Multiply the first by (x+3) on top and bottom, and the second by x-3 on top and bottom.

But you still want to get them over a common denominator of \(x^2-9\)

polpak, she posted that they were all fractions a few minutes ago. I missed it too.

so i came up with 0(x+3)(x-3) is this correct? i somehow dont think it is

im sorry 0/(x-3)(x+3)

no i subtracted it but it all seemed to cancel out. what am i doing wrong?

Where'd you go wrong?

And hopefully you can follow that mess.

i didnt change the signs in the second fraction AND i can follow it

Thank you so much!

Cool, np =)

4/( x+3)