Can someone tell me if I did the following question right and if not what I did wrong?

1-1

x + h x

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h

Answer:1 - h

x +h

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- Nov 6th 2007, 12:52 PM #1

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- Nov 6th 2007, 01:30 PM #7
Okay, so you have a fraction over a fraction, such as

This is basically saying

Whenever you divide by a fraction, you are multiplying by it's inverse, so you just rewrite it:

Which is then very easy:

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So lets say

Then write as division:

Then write as multiplying by the inverse:

Multiply numerator, multiply denominator

Simplify

Simplify

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So I can't read your equation, but try again using that rule.

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- Nov 6th 2007, 01:44 PM #9