can someone teach me how to get the common term (the numeric) from this equation:
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first look at the coefficients:
i can divide 1/2 evenly into all 3
next look at the exponents of the variable x
i can take at most 1 k away from each of them
so we factor out 1/2x^k leaving
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I understand the part related to the exponents. The fraction coefficients is what im confussed in
3/4x^2 - 3/2x^3 +1/4x^4
3/4, -3/2, 1/4
try to break them down into lowest fractions
3/4 = 3*1/4
3/2 = 3*1/2 = 6*1/4
1/4 = 1*1/4
now they all have something in common, the 1/4
i can take away at most 2 from each exponent
factor out 1/4x^2
=1/4x^2(3 - 6x +x^2)
Ok it is clear for me now. One medal for you help. Thank you friend :)