004 Sample Final A, Problem 6

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How do you simplify into one fraction?
You need to get a common denominator. The common denominator is . So,


Step 1:
If we factor the denominators, we have .
So, the common denominator of these three fractions is .
Step 2:
So, we have .
Step 3:
Now, combining into one fraction, we have
Final Answer:

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