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3a^2+5ab-2b^2/3a^2+8ab-3b^2

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When simplifying the rational expression, explain why it is improper to cancel out the x's? State a general rule for canceling factors in a rational expression and give an example of how this rule would be used. Use the following:

3a^2+5ab-2b^2/3a^2+8ab-3b^2.

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The solution assists in simplifying the rational expression and explains why it is improper to cancel out the x's.

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