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ADD 7y/10y-30+5y/6y-18

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  1. Mertsj
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    Factor each denominator and then use the factors to determine the least common denominator.

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    \[\large{{{7y}\over{10y-30}}+{{5y}\over{6y-18}}}\] this is your question right just factorize the denominator

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    23y/15(y-3)

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    @courtney.soden if we factorize the denominator of first term what we will get???

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    I worked it out on wolfram alpha [=

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