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    Simplifying Expressions

    Simplify the expression
    and give your answer in the form of

    I got up to
    [2x-2] / [(x-1) (x+1)] / [x^2+2x-1] / [(x+1) (x-1)]

    Did I do something wrong yet?
    How do I continue from here if I'm right so far?
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    Re: Simplifying Expressions

    Quote Originally Posted by habibixox View Post
    Simplify the expression
    and give your answer in the form of

    I got up to
    [2x-2] / [(x-1) (x+1)] / [x^2+2x-1] / [(x+1) (x-1)]

    should be [(2x+6)/[(x-1) (x+1)]] / [(x^2+2x-1)/[(x+1) (x-1)]] , which simplifies to (2x+6)/(x^2+2x-1)
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