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Originally Posted by emximer multiply the top and bottom by (c - 5) (so essentially you are multiplying by 1 and so are not changing the value of the fraction) can you continue?
So I distribute the c-5, canceling out the fractions, leaving me with c-5+5/c-5-5 = c/c-10 thanks for the nudge in the right direction!
Originally Posted by emximer So I distribute the c-5, canceling out the fractions, leaving me with c-5+5/c-5-5 = c/c-10 thanks for the nudge in the right direction! yes $\displaystyle \frac c{c - 10}$ (you should use parentheses when you type. you would type c/(c - 10)
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