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create an algebraic expression that can be simplified. example: x^2-5x+6/x^-9 simplify it

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\[\frac{ x^2-5x+6 }{ x^-9 }=\frac{ (x-3)(x-2) }{ (x-3)(x+3) }\]
that's an x^2-9 at the bottom btw, my mistake
no i need a knew one not the one i posted that was an example

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Oh, does it need to have all different numbers?
yea i think so
it can be easy it just has to have varibles and needs to be able to be simplified
The previous? Or first?
previous the answer
ok im gonna turn it in ill tell u if your right
she said we have to simplify and get a final answer @Luigi0210
so its right so far were just not done
Well I showed it in the deleted post :l
i know i copy and pasted she said we wernt done
(x-2)(x-3)/(x-2)(x+2)=x^2-5x+6/x^2-4
\[\frac{ x-3 }{ x+2 }\]

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