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subtract -7x / x-4 (-) -2 / x-4
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\[\frac{ -7x }{ x-4 }-\frac{ -2 }{ x-4 }\]
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first of all... you know that you have a common denominator so you can write them as one fraction
-7x--2/x-4
so now you want to simplify
you have a double negative which becomes a plus
-7x+2/x-4
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OK thanks so it there is a double negative then it turns into addition
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yes you learn that way before doing fraction
++=+
+-=-
--=+
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yes i needed a refresh
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lol thanks