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Alright It's been a while since I did algebra and now I'm getting back into it in honors algebra 2 (shakes head) [highschool]. Anyways I got a question on factoring numerators.

[tex]6x^{2} + 7x + 2[/tex]

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[tex]4x^{2} - 1[/tex]

I don't know where to start, if someone can be a guidance this would be much appreciated I was trying to http://www.analyzemath.com/Rational_expressions/Simp_rat_expre.html" [Broken] but the walk through didn't really show me how they got to the next step.

Thanks in advanced

[tex]6x^{2} + 7x + 2[/tex]

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[tex]4x^{2} - 1[/tex]

I don't know where to start, if someone can be a guidance this would be much appreciated I was trying to http://www.analyzemath.com/Rational_expressions/Simp_rat_expre.html" [Broken] but the walk through didn't really show me how they got to the next step.

Thanks in advanced

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