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Please help with this algebra II question. It needs to be simplified. Thank you.

Please help with this algebra II question. It needs to be simplified. Thank you.

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Please help with this algebra II question. It needs to be simplified. Thank you.

Please help with this algebra II question. It needs to be simplified. Thank you.

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Hello and welcome,

This is not a question, but rather a symbolic expression.

Would you like the expression simplified? One way is to note that $\frac{n}{p} - 1 = \frac{n - p}{p}$. How can you now simplify the denominator further?

This is not a question, but rather a symbolic expression.

Would you like the expression simplified? One way is to note that $\frac{n}{p} - 1 = \frac{n - p}{p}$. How can you now simplify the denominator further?

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