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invert, factor, cancel and then multiply at the end. start with \[\frac{(x^2+9x+20)(x-4)}{(x^2-25)(x+4)}\]
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factor next, both numerator and denominator. then cancel the common factors top and bottom

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how do you do it
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factor? \[\frac{(x+5)(x+4)(x-4)}{(x+5)(x-5)(x+4)}\]
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Can you all help me with my question when you get done
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so do you cross out the x+5's

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