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x+1/x - 4x-1/7x subtract and simplify

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piece of Cake.
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(3x^2 + 6x) / 7x^2

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(6-21x^2)/7x
(7x+7-4x+1)/7x =(3x+8)/7x
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according to the computer none were right the answer was 3x-6/7x
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yes you can getting the answer 3x+6/7x if you write your equation in the form (x+1)/x - (4x+1)/7x --- because with (-)(4x+1) will result to you -4x-1 and hence will be (7x+7-4x-1)/7x =3x+6/7x
i have checked it newly and yes you can get the result 3x-6/7x if you write your equation in the form (x-1)/x -(4x-1)/7x

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