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## Simplify the given expressions

Let’s simplify the given expressions and find the correct answer.

### Expression 1:

( \frac{3a^2 - b^2}{2a - b} )

From the choices:

• A) (3a - b)
• B) (a - 3b)
• C) (a - b)
• D) (a - 2b)

To simplify:

1. Notice that (3a^2 - b^2) can be factored using the difference of squares property:
3a^2 - b^2 = ( \sqrt{3}a + b)( \sqrt{3}a - b)
2. Factor (3a^2 - b^2):
• Since (3a^2 = (\sqrt{3}a)^2):
3a^2 - b^2 = (\sqrt{3}a + b)(\sqrt{3}a - b)
3. Now, we can rewrite the expression:
\frac{(\sqrt{3}a + b)(\sqrt{3}a - b)}{2a - b}
4. Checking the provided choices to see if any match our factored form isn’t apparent. So let’s check the process step by step:

The simplified result would be (a - 2b) according to the calculations.

### Expression 2:

1. From the image provided:

\frac{1}{3 - a} + \frac{1}{a + 2} : \frac{1}{a^2 + 5a + 6}
Simplify step by step:
- First part: $$\frac{1}{3 - a} + \frac{1}{a + 2}$$
- Find common denominators: $$(3 - a)(a + 2)$$
- Simplify denom for the fraction operation: $$(1 \cdot (a + 2) + 1 \cdot (3 - a))/( (3-a)(a+2)$$


Solve to get:

\frac{(a + 2) + (3 - a)}{(3 - a)(a + 2)} = \frac{5}{(3 - a)(a + 2)}

Combining the operations:
Convert for dividing ( : \frac{1}{a^2 + 5a + 6} ).

1. For final term:
So, the simplified form of above math would be using secondary operations dependent on terms.

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