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Saturday, November 16, 2013

Simplifying Algebraic Fractions, 7

Category: Algebra

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Consider the given equation above

The common factor of the numerator is (x - 1)². 1 and x² at the denominator can be interchanged as follows

The denominator is a perfect trinomial square. Therefore, after cross out their Greatest Common Factor (GCF) and simplify into lowest term, the final answer is