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11-34.
1. Multiply or divide the expressions below. Leave your answers as simplified as possible. Homework Help ✎

Look for Giant Ones. Does anything factor out?

Remember, 10 and 4 have a common factor, too.

$\frac{5(3x-1)}{2(4x+1)}$

Take the reciprocal of the divisor (the fraction on the right), and multiply the resulting fractions. Does anything factor out before you begin multiplying?

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Refer to part (a). Factor each of the trinomials first. (Use a generic rectangle.)

4x − 12 can be factored, too.

$\frac{4}{x-2}$