## anonymous one year ago Simpliest version of 4x/4(x+y)...is the answer x/(x+y) or not??? Will give medalssss

1. anonymous

2. jim_thompson5910

yes, $\Large \frac{4x}{4(x+y)} = \frac{x}{x+y}$ where x and y are nonzero and x does not equal -y. This is all to avoid dividing by zero

3. anonymous

Thank you!

4. jim_thompson5910

sure thing