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anonymous
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They have a common denominator, that's nice.
anonymous
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Try factoring the top one.

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anonymous
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alright hold up a sec
anonymous
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t(1t+6) or somethin like that
anonymous
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nope
anonymous
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First you should subtract the fractions to get: \[ \frac{t^2+6t-7}{t-1} \]
anonymous
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Then factor \[ t^2+6t-7 \]
anonymous
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t(-1+-6)
anonymous
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not quite, but close
anonymous
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yea thats what i meant to say
anonymous
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\((t-1)(t+7)\)
anonymous
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so thts the simplified answer
anonymous
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\[ \frac{(t-1)(t+7)}{t-1} \]We have to divide.
anonymous
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so would the t-1 cancel each other
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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alright thanks
anonymous
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so the answer is (t+7)
anonymous
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yes

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