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simplify this

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    how did you do that can you please explain

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    at first do the lcm of the denominators

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    so would it be 3x

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    x?? how can you get x ?

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    my variable is an x, sorry i made it look like a y

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    for my denominator

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    oh,sorry.. it will be 15x. the lcm of 3 and 5 is 15

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    oh okay

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    i dont get it :(

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    how do i put these together

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    you got it now?

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    ohhh, so this is basically like like grade school stuff we did, but now with 'x' added

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    yes i remember how to do this now i think

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    yeah..

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    thank you, i dont knw why i was so confused

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    no problem... :)

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