While I do appreciate the info, I need a little more then reviews. My next Problem I'm trying to solve is (x+1/x)/(1+4/2x) The video i watched on this went right to this equation after (3/4+2/5)/(1/2-1/6) <---(This one I didn't have a problem with)

They concluded that 2x was the LCD in the (x+1/x)/(1+4/2x) equation, but never showed what to factor in with exponents. The video was just like ; "Ok now lets try this one with exponents, and the LCD is 2x...yada yada without explaining what to consider with exponents or how they found the LCD to be 2x. This is always where I got lost, and simply reading a review book wont allow me to understand what I'm reading without someone saying; "Do this here", where i can reply, "duh that makes sense". Not that I expect anyone to explain it to me on here, I need a little bit more 1 on 1 for it to just 'click' in my brain.

That's why I was hoping someone might give a more creditable website, if even possible, where i can be like; "wait, i don't understand this", and I can get an educated answer. The fact I couldn't do that on this website I'm on now, has led to me to search for one where I can ask questions if i don't understand.

If anyone could answer that question though, (x+1/x)/(1+4/2x), and explain in detail how to get the answer, I know I will get it. I just understand, I can not always come to a forum every time I don't understand. That's just people doing the work for me. I am older then most people taking algebra right now, and I am not enrolled in any school, and I understand I can't simply skip learning this to keep going in school. I need to understand it, or I am just shooting myself in the foot, so to speak.

Thank you again though

I should reiterate that the method in solving (x+1/x)/(1+4/2x) was that of finding the common denominator of ALL the fractions, in order to simplify the equation. The site concluded the answer to be: x squared + 1 / x +2. Is this true?