Help with geometry/rational expressions?

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the height of the triangle is 2?
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x/x^2+2x=1/x+1
Is that the rational expression in simplified form?
1/(x+2)
\[\frac{ Area of \triangle }{ Area of rectangle }\]
Atriangle=x*2/2=x Arectangle=x*(x+2)=x^2+2x
I'm sorry, I'm still confused, could you help me put all this together so I might understand better? Sorry, if I'm asking too much of you.
do you have answers?
To the area of triangle over area of rectangle? No.
yes
because it is inside the rectangle
\[\frac{ area of \triangle }{ area of rectangle }\] = \[\frac{ x(2)/2 }{ x(x+2) } = \frac{ x }{ x^2 + 2x }\]

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