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what I really need is how to find the LCD? I'm kind of confused

first factor, then you have to multiply both sides to get the same denominator

isn't the denominator xy(x-y)(x-y)?

or am i wrong?

no laka, youre right...

no laka, it's not ^_^ you'll get x^3

starica, the second denominator, factored, gives you y(y-x) not x(y-x)

yeah i realised

you sure?

oh right! ^^" sorry for the mess again

xy(y-x)(x-y)?

so you'll have to multiply x and y with the others too

yes laka, you are right dear, thank you ^_^

I'll have to redo it again ._.

im curious starica, how are you on here like all day? O.o

lol I wasn't here all day ^_^ I come in mornings and nights only

sorry for the mess*

that's correct :)

how do you get the pretty notation?

yay , lol ^_^

click on equation and write it down ^_^

ohhhhhhhh, makes sense

something called equation on youer reply box :)

thanks! I think I got it now :)

your*

most welcome ^_^!

Is that legal?

Oooops Change the last line on the post 2nd above to read y(x-y)

hmm, it's true, it can be, but I'm not sure though, wouldn't that change the function completely?

you have just answered the question in a much simpler way! thank you ^_^!

yes thank you!

:)