Problem

$5$ Which of the following is the $simD|es1$ form of $\dfrac {x^{2}+2x+1} {x^{2-1}}7$
$A$ $x-1$ $x+1$ $-$
B. $\dfrac {x+1} {1-x}$ $D$ $\dfrac {1-x} {x+1}$ $\dfrac {x-1} {x+1}$
$6.$ Which of the following rational expression has $\dfrac {x+1} {2}$ as simplest form?
$A$ $\dfrac {2x+1} {4}$ $C$ $\dfrac {x^{2}+2x+1} {2x+2}$
B. $\dfrac {x^{2}-1} {2x+2}$ . D$\dfrac {\left(x+1\right)\left(x+2\right)} {2x+2}$

7th-9th grade

Algebra

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Qanda teacher - shadab

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