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(3/x)+(2/x+2) divided by (3/x+2)-(2/x) A.-11/4 B. -1 C. 5x+6/x-4 D.5x+2/x+2

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    hmm i get none of these

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    same here i get 5+2x/(2x+1)

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    thats what everybody else keeps saying.. im solving them but not getting any answer choices answers.

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    multiply top and bottom by x, get \[\frac{2x+5}{2x+1}\]

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    what jetly said

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    |dw:1325526250164:dw|

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    (3/x)+(2/x+2 = 5x+6 / x(x+2) and (3/x+2)-(2/x) = x-4/(x)x+2) dividing gives 5x+6 / x-4

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    |dw:1325526477805:dw|

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    yeah C

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