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multiplying numerator and denominator by x
Do you have to multiply every term in the numerator by x? I think I missed some algebra classes somewhere along the way :/

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what topic are you learning @baldymcgee6. i need this too :)
yes, each and every term.....
@tomiko this is actually for L'hospital's rule... Just confused on some of the algebra. Does anyone know of a good site that explains how to work with fractions like this?
@baldymcgee6 yes! i'm learning this too in school and how the solve the fractions crashes my brains. i'm looking for an online resource. a good one but can't find any :(. if you come across any, please let me know. thanks.
http://www.purplemath.com/modules/compfrac.htm
@tomiko that link is on the right track.
appreciated @baldymcgee6

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