((x+3)/(30x-42))*((40x-56)/(8))

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((x+3)/(30x-42))*((40x-56)/(8))

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\[\frac{ x+3 }{ 30x-42 }*\frac{ 40x-56 }{ 8 }\]
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try cross multiply
@helpme375 please note that your expression can berewritten as follows: \[\frac{{x + 3}}{{6\left( {5x - 7} \right)}} \cdot \frac{{8\left( {5x - 7} \right)}}{8}\]
try cross multiply
irish was typing so i thought he is going to help you.
I think that answer is: \[\frac{{x + 3}}{6}\]
how did you get it
when you simplify that expression above, then factors 5x-7 cancel, also factors 8 cancel, so we reamin with (x+3) as numerator and 6 as denominator
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but would you be left with (x+3)/8 after you take away 5x-7
here is the right simplification: |dw:1443971900756:dw|
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