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    hi is there another way of representing term? can i manipulate it to look different?

    1+x/2+x ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonbob81 View Post
    hi is there another way of representing term? can i manipulate it to look different?

    1+x/2+x ?
    \frac{1 + x}{2 + x} = \frac{2 + x - 1}{2 + x} = \frac{2 + x}{2 + x} - \frac{1}{2 + x} = 1 - \frac{1}{2 + x}.
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