Thanks for your question, Jamie! I know how frustrated you must be with solving this type of problem. Let me give it a try ... [(2r2) + 1)]/r = 2r2/r + 1/r (distribute the r in the denominator to both terms) = 2r + 1/r (the r's in the first term cancel) I hope I've made...
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