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I need help with a test! Multiply or Divide. 3n^2-n2/n^2-1 divided by n^2/n+1 if possible I need the answer to be in the format similar to this one-->5(x + 2)/x + 2 * 2(n)/2(2n5) HELP! HELP HELP!

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hmmm is it \( \large \frac{3n^2-n^2}{n^2-1} \div \frac{n^2}{n+1}\)?
Can you draw the function?
Hmm I thought we could not help with tests :-(

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No that's whats the question looks like, the right answer format for it was 5(x + 2)/x + 2 * 2(n)/2(2n5) I was saying I need the answer for the top one to look like this other problems answer :)
Can you draw it out cuz I dont get what u r saying
Or Let try this
Is the function I typed out correct?
To me this is what he wants. \[ \frac{\frac{3n^2-n2}{n^2-1}}{\frac{n^2}{n+1}}\]
@MDoodler thats still looks like the question format, I need it to look this 5(x + 2)/x + 2 * 2(n)/2(2n5) only using the question with the 3n at the beginning, I need it to look typed out rather then drawn into a fraction because the question already looks that way! :/
wait, would n+1 be the answer then? :D

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