Simplify fraction in numerator when fraction is part of sum

I have the result of a quotient rule:

$$\frac{\frac{x}{8+x}-ln8}{{x}^{2}}$$

Should I just leave it? Would it be appropriate to separate the fraction into a product of fractions with denominator ${x}^{2}$, simplify the left side, and give the result as a product of two fractions?

Any soln using addition or subtraction of fractions is unacceptable and messier than just leaving as is.

I have the result of a quotient rule:

$$\frac{\frac{x}{8+x}-ln8}{{x}^{2}}$$

Should I just leave it? Would it be appropriate to separate the fraction into a product of fractions with denominator ${x}^{2}$, simplify the left side, and give the result as a product of two fractions?

Any soln using addition or subtraction of fractions is unacceptable and messier than just leaving as is.