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(x+h) squared - x squared divided by h

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\[\frac{(x+h)^2-x^2}{h}\]
what is th question
What would you like to do with this? Simplify?

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yes, i known i would have to multiple the x+h by itself but then i am not sure what to do with the inside terms once i do that
\[(x+h)^2=?\]
So after you do what you just said what does that expand to?
use this formula (a+b)^2 = a^2 + 2ab + b^2 here a=x and b=h
yes right now i have x^2 + 2xh + h^2 -x^2 divided by h
and i think i would cancel the x^2 and -x^2
yes exactly
but when i get to 2xh+h^2 divied by h can i cancel the h in the 2xh with the other h's or can i not do that because it is a term with x? if that makes sense
You have h in the denominator
You can factor out h on top And assuming h does not equal 0 You can do what after that?
you can cancel it out with the h in the dennomenator
so would the final answer im left with be 2x + h ?
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Yes! :)
oh alright, thank you both!

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