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  2. hartnn
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    just cross-multiply \(a+\frac{b}{c}=\frac{ac+b}{c}\)

  3. minnie123
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    the x's will combine right?

  4. hartnn
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    whats \( \huge x(x^2+y) = ? \)

  5. minnie123
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    x^3+xy

  6. hartnn
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    yes, then whats x^3+xy-x^3 =?

  7. minnie123
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    oh yeah xy/x^2+y i think we did this yesterday but my work has marked it wrong... ill tell my teacher to correct this

  8. hartnn
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    so finally its xy/(x^2+y) got this ?

  9. hartnn
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    ok.

  10. minnie123
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    yes... thanks for the guidance...

  11. hartnn
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    welcome ^_^

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