Can x-3/x+3 be simplified further?

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Can x-3/x+3 be simplified further?

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that should be it
if it's \[\huge\rm \frac{ x-3 }{ x}+3\] then you can simplify
if yes:then 3 is same as 3/1 \[\huge\rm \frac{ x-3 }{ \color{blue}{x} }+\frac{ 3 }{ \color{ReD}{1}}\] the common denominator is x and when we find the common denominator we should multiply the numerator of `1st` fraction with the denominator of `2nd` fraction and multiply the numerator of `2nd` fraction by the denominator of `1st` fraction \[ \huge\rm \frac{\color{reD}{1}( x-3) +3 \times \color{blue}{x}}{ x } \] now simplify the numerator feel free to tag me if u have any question

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No it's just (x-3)/(x+3)
then what zpupster said.
do you have options (answer choices )?
thats already simplified. you can divide them using long or synthetic division
@Nnesha No options. Okay. Thank you!
alright then

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