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okay so did you mean: \[(4a/5) / (a^2 - (16/3))\]?
yes, I wasnt exactly sure how to put it on here
okay first, look at the denominator: \[a^2 - 16/3\]
Simplify it (find the common denominator): \[a^2 - (16/3) = (3a^2-16)/3\]
Now rewrite this: \[(4a/5) / (a^2 - (16/3)\] As: \[(4a/5)/((3a^2-16)/3)\]
Dividing by a fraction is the same as multiplying by its inverse.
\[(4a/5) * (3/(3a^2-16))\]
\[12a/(5(3a^2 - 16))\]
so what is the question? simplify it, or is it equal to something and u have to solve for a. I mean you can't really simplify this
this is as neat as it gets
it is simplify... this class is beating the ---- outta me!
well that's as much as you can simplify it if the original expression is correct. Click on Become a fan if I helped, lol I'm trying to see what comes after superhero. Thanks!
thank you so much for your help, I really appreciate it! I have clicked on Become a Fan! You are awesome!