Answer to Question #14461 in Algebra for Jaclyn

Question #14461
1/(x^2-2x)+x/(4-2x)
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2012-09-07T08:57:31-0400
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Assignment Expert
07.09.12, 17:40

1/(x^2-2x)+x/(4-2x)=1/{x(x-2)}+x/{2(2-x)}=1/{x(x-2)}-x/{2(x-2)}={2-x^2}/(2x(x-2))

Jaclyn
07.09.12, 17:24

Yes i need to simplify it.

Assignment Expert
07.09.12, 17:16

Do you need to simplify this expression?

Jaclyn
07.09.12, 17:11

^ square root and then 1/(x^2-2x) is a fraction

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