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what is the least common denominator of 4/x+2x/x-1+x+3/2x

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did you come up the answer?
no..
i thought i typed it wrong.,. but i didn't

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no prob
can you draw this problem out for me because it is hard to see it the way it it.
ok one moment
http://learn.flvs.net/webdav/assessment_images/educator_algebra2_v10/07_03_78.gif
okay in this case it would all off them, that is because you can't times or divide anything to reduce the LCD in this case.
huh? here are the answer choices.
2x - 1 2x(x - 1) 2(x - 1) 2(x2 - 1)
so this problem is only to find LCD and that is all
okay factor out a an x and what you get?
2(x-1)
yes which answer does that match?
hmm? that is the answer
yep
thanks man.. :)
You are welcome sir

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