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    multiplying out brackets with fractions

    I have got stuck on multiplying out brackets with fractions (1-u)(2u+1/3) would someone be able to explain how u would go about it. would be greatfull for your help
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    Re: multiplying out brackets with fractions

    In general:
    (a+b)\cdot (c+d)=ac+bc+ad+bd
    You can use it here.
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