# How do you simplify #(y+3)/(4y^2+y-3)#?

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To simplify (y+3)/(4y^2+y-3), you can factor the denominator and then cancel out any common factors with the numerator. The denominator can be factored as (4y-3)(y+1). After factoring, you can cancel out the common factor of (y+3) in the numerator and denominator. The simplified expression is 1/(4y-3).

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