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# Re-arranging equations watch

1. How do you re arrange (2x-1)/(2x+1) to 1-(2/(2x+1))?
2. Thank you so much! You really have to think outside the box for that question.
3. Consider how you can transform 2x - 1:

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Now split up the fraction and you're done.
4. Or, you could use polynomial long division. The denominator divides into the numerator once with a remainder of -2.
5. (Original post by thomasweatherill)
Thank you so much! You really have to think outside the box for that question.
Well there are other ways
Polynomial division has been mentioned
Partial Fractions is an option

But, tbh, this is a fairly standard method

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