# How do you add #3/(2x-4)+x/(x+2)#?

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To add the fractions 3/(2x-4) and x/(x+2), you need to find a common denominator. The common denominator in this case is (2x-4)(x+2).

To add the fractions, you multiply the numerator of the first fraction (3) by the denominator of the second fraction (x+2), and multiply the numerator of the second fraction (x) by the denominator of the first fraction (2x-4).

Then, you add the two resulting fractions together and simplify if possible.

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To add the expressions 3/(2x-4) and x/(x+2), first find a common denominator, which is (2x - 4)(x + 2). Then rewrite each fraction with this common denominator. After that, combine the numerators over the common denominator. Simplify the resulting expression if necessary.

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