In this tutorial, we learn how to simplify algebraic fractions. First you will need to simplify the fractions. You need to factor the numerator out, figure out what A is and what B is. Then, figure out what C is and what the products equal as well. When you have these, you will be able to fill these factorizations into the equation. Rewrite the equation with your figured out numbers inside, then you will be able to solve the equation. Use the rules of PEMDAS to figure out how to solve it, then when you are finished you will get the end result which is the answer!
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