• Jan 18th 2011, 07:35 PM
toyoxrunner06
simplify

(x^2-36)/(x^2+4x-12)/(x-3)/(x-2)

Solve for X

(3)/(x-2)+1=(2)/(x^2-2x)

Sorry if this seems too easy but i'm really confused on these problems. I've look at examples but it's not helping at all. Any help will be appreciated.(Happy)
• Jan 18th 2011, 07:42 PM
pickslides
consider the following factorisations

$x^2-36 = (x+6)(x-6)$

$x^2+4x-12 = (x-2)(x+6)$