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Simplify the expression. {[1/(1+x+h)]+[1/(x+1)]} / h

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    \[ \frac{{\left[\frac{1}{1+x+h}\right]+\left[\frac1{x+1}\right]}}h\]

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    how do you simplify that?

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    take LCM :) then solve....

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    |dw:1341214769925:dw|

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    Then you can put it like: 2/(1+x+h) + (x+1)/(x+1) + h/h = 2+ 2/(1+x+h)

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