# Algebra Solver and Math Simplifier that SHOWS WORK

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 Here's what you tried: Graphical form: simplifies to Text form: ((x^2-6*x+9)/(x^2-3*x-10))/((x^2-5*x+6)/(x^2-8*x+15)) simplifies to (x-3)^2/(x+2)/(x-2)Cartoon (animation) form: For tutors: `simplify_cartoon( ((x^2-6*x+9)/(x^2-3*x-10))/((x^2-5*x+6)/(x^2-8*x+15)) )` If you have a website, here's a link to this solution.

### DETAILED EXPLANATION

Look at .
Remove unneeded parentheses around factor ,
It becomes .

Look at .
Remove unneeded parentheses around factor ,
It becomes .

Look at .
Canceled out common factors (x-(3))

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Canceled out common factors (x-(5))

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Reduce similar several occurrences of to
It becomes .
Result:

### Universal Simplifier and Solver

 Welcome to Graphical Universal Mathematical Expression Simplifier and Algebra Solver (GUMESS). It solves most middle school algebra equations and simplifies expressions, and it SHOWS ALL WORK. It is free to use.Enter expression to be simplified, or equation to be solved. I will figure out if what you typed is an equation. Enter Expression ==>     Examples: `x^2-2x=-1, 3x-x-x+a-a=5, (x^2-1)/(x+1), 2x-(x+x)` Single letter variables only, no functions, xy means x*y, x(x-1) means x*(x-1), sin(x) means s*i*n*(x)

You must use the "*" (star) symbol for all multiplications! x(x+1) is WRONG! It means a function x of x-1. x*(x-1) is right. Use the ^ (caret) for exponentiation. x^2 means x squared. x/2y means
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Please write to Igor Chudov, `ichudov @ algebra.com`, with questions or suggestions.
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