I am having trouble with this multiplying rational expression problem. answers is also suppose to be reduced to lowest terms.

3x-6/6x^2 * 9x/4x-8

thank you any help is appreciated.

I am having trouble with this multiplying rational expression problem. answers is also suppose to be reduced to lowest terms.

3x-6/6x^2 * 9x/4x-8

thank you any help is appreciated.

3x-6/6x^2 * 9x/4x-8

thank you any help is appreciated.

- stapel_eliz
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oh sorry it was the second one. [(3x - 6)/(6x^2)] * [(9x)/(4x - 8)].

- little_dragon
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U can see how to do these here: http://www.purplemath.com/modules/rtnlmult.htm

start with factoring:

cancel the 3 w/ the 6 & both x-2s

times whats left