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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Simplify & show work. 4 + 5 ------ ------ 2a^2 b 3ab^2

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

(5a+6b)/(3a^2*b^2) explanation in one second

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jhonyy9 (jhonyy9):

because the nominator common is 6(a*2)(b*2) you get (4(3b)+5(2a))/6(a*2)(b*2) = =(12b+10a)/6(a*2)(b*2) =(6b+5a)/3(a*2)(b*2)

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