alyssababy7
(5/x2)  (3/x2)
a. 2x16/(x+2)(x2)
b. 2/(x+2)(x2)
c. 2x4/(x+2)(x2)
d. 2x+16/(x+2)(x2)



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surdawi
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\[\frac{ 5 }{ x2 }\frac{ 3 }{ x2 }\]
is that the question?

alyssababy7
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yes

surdawi
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ok if you subtract them what do you get?

jon.stromer.galley
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are the denominators both x2?

surdawi
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\[\frac{ a }{ b }\frac{ c }{ b }=\frac{ ac }{ b }\]

surdawi
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@alyssababy7 we will help you get the answer if you try

jon.stromer.galley
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none of the answers you provide fit the problem as described. However. if the problem is:
(5/(x+2))  (3/(x2)
then we can work something out

gerryliyana
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i think B

surdawi
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@gerryliyana its not; please dont give answers, we want to help her get the answer not just give it to her

gerryliyana
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ok...,