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|dw:1443661956244:dw| did i do this righ??

clamin what is the original problem?

does that make sense and do you see what i did?

in order to subtract that problem you must convert it to an improper fraction

the method you chose to solve it is correct you just didnt subtract and add properly

change the 6 into a improper fraction since your using 3 as the denominator it would become 18/3

change the 6 into a improper fraction since your using 3 as the denominator it would become 18/3

\[\frac{-6p^4-32p^3-50p^2-8p+33}{3(2p+6)} =\frac{-6p^4-32p^3-50p^2-8p+33}{6p+18}\]

now divide

that works as well