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Simplify/Reduce the algebraic fraction 6x - 3y/2x -y A. 3x - y/2x -y B. 3 C. 3/2 D. Can Not be reduced
6x - 3y/2x -y, the answer is: B. 3
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User: Simplify/Reduce the algebraic fraction 6x - 3y/2x -y A. 3x - y/2x -y B. 3 C. 3/2 D. Can Not be reduced

Weegy: 6x - 3y/2x -y, the answer is: B. 3
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User: Solve for x= x^2+x-12 =0 A. x= -4 And x =3 B. X= -3 and x =4 C X=12 and X= -1 D No Solutions

Weegy: x^2+x-12 =0, the answer is: A. x= -4 And x =3.
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