# How do you solve #2/(x^2+2x+1)-3/(x+1)=4#?

##### 1 Answer

Feb 4, 2015

You can write the first denominator as:

So yo get:

You find a common denominator for both sides and "rearrange" the numerators to adapt to this, so you get:

Multiplying both sides by

Which is a second degree equation.

Hope it helps