How about this one?
i came up with 3(x+3)/x+9 but i'm thinking it may just be 2
Find and Simplify:
Hi dempc,
The only thing I'm seeing is
$\displaystyle \frac{4x+3}{x+9}-\frac{x-6}{x+9}$
Is that it? It looks like you might have a picture attached, but I don't see it.
If so, then subtract the numerators and simplify. The denominators are the same.
$\displaystyle \frac{4x+3}{x+9}-\frac{x-6}{x+9}=\frac{4x+3-(x-6)}{x+9}=\frac{4x+3-x+6}{x+9}=\frac{3x+9}{x+9}=\frac{3(x+3)}{x+9}$