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Unformatted text preview: Often in calculus the dicult part is the algebra required to simplify complicated expressions. In each of these expressions, simplify to a point where the h in the denominator will cancel with a similar factor in the numerator. (a) ( x + h ) 3x 3 h (b) x + h x h (c) 1 x + h1 x h 5. Simplifying Fractions Write the following fractions as a single fraction, with neither the numerator or denominator as a fraction: (a) 3 / 2 6 / 7 (b) 1 21 3 1 4 + 1 6 (c) 1 x +11 x1 x 22 x...
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 Fall '09
 BenedictGross
 Algebra, Factoring, Equations

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