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1. So, there is two questions i'm stuck on, they're both just factorising and simplifying issues.

SO for the first one how do you factorise it and the second one how do you simplify it
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3. (Original post by TheAlphaParticle)
So, there is two questions i'm stuck on, they're both just factorising and simplifying issues.

SO for the first one how do you factorise it and the second one how do you simplify it
1. You factorise it by taking out a 3, (x+1)2, and (2x-1)2 out of the whole expression. You should be able to notice this fairly straight forward.

2. Divide top and bottom by (x+3). You can use long division for the numerator.

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