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Math Help - Factoring: [(a-b)(c+d)]/[(a+b)(c-d)]

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    Factoring: [(a-b)(c+d)]/[(a+b)(c-d)]

    I have doubts that there's anyway to further simplify or reduce that, but I just wanted to make sure.
    (a-b)(c+d)\div(a+b)(c-d)
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    Quote Originally Posted by essaymasters View Post
    I have doubts that there's anyway to further simplify or reduce that, but I just wanted to make sure.
    (a-b)(c+d)\div(a+b)(c-d)
    Thanks!
    you're done.
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    Yay! Cheers!
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    done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xo-sherry View Post
    done.
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