Simplify. x^2−5x+4/x−1

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Simplify. x^2−5x+4/x−1

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\[x^2-5x+4/x-1\]
we did LOL!
it wasnt clear

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oh okay then
you can factor the numerator and you'll get:\[=(x-1)(x-4)/(x-4)\] then you can cancel what you have common from the top and bottom :) and you'll get: \[= (x-1)\] is it clear now? ^_^
wait, you'll get (x-4) lol sorry!
it's : (x-1)(x-4)/(x-1) = (x-4) sorry for the mess :)
are you sure its not (x^2) -(5x) +(4/x) - (1) lol hahahah jsut making sure xD
is it clear now JAPAN? :)
i'm sure
and yes looks good to me
that's good ^_^
thank you
np :)
X^2- 5x + 4/x-1 U can write X^2- 5x + 4 as (x-1) . (x-4), then (x-1) . (x-4)/(x-1) = x-4.... sstarica is true japan,,,, its simple question,...
it's alright, even the easiest questions may look tough :)
well i'm a idiot who spends his time in literature
no, don't say that , it's not true.Look at me for instance, I do silly mistakes such as instead adding I subtract and the vice versa, but then I practiced to stop such things. You'r not an idiot, you just need mroe practice ^_^ and I wish you the best of luck!
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