How do you write #2-(8a+5x)/(3a)+(2a+7x)/(9a)# as a single fraction?
To add two fractions we need to have the fractions over a common denominator, in this case
Therefore we need to multiple the constant and first fraction by the appropriate form of
We can now expand the terms within parenthesis for the second fraction:
We then can combine the numerators over a single common denominator:
Next we can group like terms:
Now we can combine like terms: