This problem is really overwhelming to me. I've tried breaking it down, but I always end up screwing up somewhere. Can someone help me break it out down step by step? Multiply and simplify:
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Originally Posted by DasRabbit Multiply and simplify: $\displaystyle =\frac{(x-2)\left(x^2-3x-10\right)}{(x+2)\left(x^2+2x-8\right)}$
Originally Posted by MaxJasper $\displaystyle =\frac{(x-2)\left(x^2-3x-10\right)}{(x+2)\left(x^2+2x-8\right)}$ Each of the quadratics also factorises, which should lead to some nice cancellation
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