I have a problem with my math that requires urgent solution. The problem is with history of rational algebraic expressions. I have been on the look out for somebody who can teach me without delay as my exam is drawing near. But it's not easy to find someone quick enough besides it being expensive . Can anyone direct me? It will be a huge help.

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