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    Reducing to Lowest Terms

    Reduce to Lowest Terms:
    \frac {x^3+8y^3}{x^2+2xy}

    This is what I got (probably not right):
    \frac {x^2-2xy+4y^2}{x}
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    Looks good. Nice job.
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