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  • 5 years ago

4/m-5 - 3/m+5 = 2/m^2-25

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    Get a common denominator so that you can subtract the fractions, in this case you just multiply the top and bottom of each fraction by th other fractions denominator like this: (m+5)4/ (m+5)(m-5) - (m-5)3/(m-5)(m+5)

  2. anonymous
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    Not sure how to go about getting the 2 on top of the other side though....

  3. anonymous
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    i have for answers to choose from 35squared 3 -33 or 33

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    33^2, 30, or 33?

  5. anonymous
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    If you do the above equation you get: (4m+20/m^2-25) - (3m-15/m^2-25) Then you subtract and get: (m+35)/(m^2-25)

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    Beyond that I'm not too sure what to do....hoped I helped at least a little!

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    no 35 in a square root box 3 or -33 or 33 one o those is the answer

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