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I am stuck, how do i simplify $\frac{2^{n+4} - 6\times 2^{n+1}}{2^{n+2} \times 5}$
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= [2^(n+4) -3x2^(n+2)]/2^(n+2) x 5 =[ 2^(n+2) x (2^2 - 3)]/2^(n+2) x 5 = 1/5
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