4/1 - x + 2/(1 - x)^2 I have the answer 6-4x/(x-1)(x-1) but i dont understand how to get there anyhelp is greatly appreciated thank you
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Originally Posted by madmatt 4/1 - x + 2/(1 - x)^2 I have the answer 6-4x/(x-1)(x-1) but i dont understand how to get there anyhelp is greatly appreciated thank you . You need these terms to have the same denominator in order to add the numerators. To do this, multiply the first term by a cleverly disguised 1, in this case, . So . Also note that .
That helps a lot, thank you very much