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I know how to do it if there is a common denominator--but i cant seem to find one here, can someone please help(btw, question on a test i just had that i couldt figure out, not hw)

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I know how to do it if there is a common denominator--but i cant seem to find one here, can someone please help(btw, question on a test i just had that i couldt figure out, not hw)

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Are you familiar with partial fractions? If so then you can do the sum very easily! :)

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nvm--i figured it out--thanks for the help

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