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It's already pretty simple!
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@Zekarias i need help please
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DylanJCBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
This is what I simplified it down to. You may be able to factor the numerator and denominator more, but that is very complex, and probably not expected by your teacher... \[\frac{ 5x^52x^4+5x^2+2x }{ x^6 + 2x^42x^3+1 }\] Dylan
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@ajprincess help please
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Is it clear? Any doubts? @anas23
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