## fraction help

If i have something like (6/x+2) + (8/x+3) how to i do that?

aren't i supposed to invert and multiply or something, thanks

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 $$\frac{6(x+3)}{(x+2)(x+3)} + \frac{8(x+2)}{(x+2)(x+3)}$$ You just need to find a common denominator.

 Quote by ValiantKhan aren't i supposed to invert and multiply or something, thanks
That's for division by a fraction, in which case you multiply by the reciprocal.

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