what value can the vairalbe not have for b-3/b+5?

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what value can the vairalbe not have for b-3/b+5?

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think of anything that would cause this to not exist. in otherwords... what does b have to be so that the denominator equals 0.
i don't get it just give me the answer
k, i dont want to do that cause then you dont learn anything. but just remember that you can never divide by 0. so think of a number that you can plug in for 'b' that would give you a 0 on the bottom.

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5?
close. but that would give you 5+5 which is 10.
it may be easier to visualize if you just try to solve this equation: b+5 = 0. then you just solve for b.
oh so its -5!
yes!! that's right! nice work!
thanks man

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