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whats the equation
its not letting me uplaod hold on a sec :)
can u see it ok?
remember that when you change a division into a multiplication you have to flip the number ?
Yep. so u would do that to the the second equation?
reciprocal or something?
yeah, on the second term so it would look like (3x+12)/(4x-18 * (x-3)/(x+4)
when you factor out the common factors from the left rational expression, what do you get?
Arggghhh so hard to solve in that typed format :P hold on
what does 3x+12 factor into?
are you asking me what it is ?
nvm the "are you ~" part
No of course not i am trying to talk to my mother and you and other people all at the same time therefore its hard to concentrate :P so hold on lol sowee about not answering so quickly :P
Hmmmm i think the answer is A maybe C do u agree? or did it not attach that part :P
3x+12 factors into 3(x+4), so it cancels with the denominator of the right side of the rational expression
4x-18 does factor into 2(2x-9), but you have no term on the numerator that cancels with this , so it is a waste
so it is C then...
the uhhuh looks right
lol so u like my labels... ^^
lol and okie dokie :P totally off on that one
it's the yep, sorry I didn't look at it carefully
woo hoo! thats the one i thought it might be!!! :)
most rational expressions work exactly the same way, so as long as you can factor polynomials, all you have to do is to see which one divides out and cancel.
hmmm so the answer to this one i will attach them would be A?
and alright i see! :)
hoot would be the answer
because \[x^2-16 = (x+4)(x-4)\]
only (x-4) divides out
It would be YA right? :P im a little lost on this concept :p
this one you cannot cancel anything, so you do long division
are you comfortable with it?
Not rly :P never been very good at it :P
give me a couple of min to show you how it works, I cannot type it so I will upload a file
alright :) thanks a bunch!!
alright that looks familiar and simple enough i get it so far :)
YES!!!!! i was rite!! :D
im pretty sure at least lol :) u are helping me wonders!! :D
Meaning it would be ya correct?
hmmmm alright then!! :D i was right!! woooo !!! u just made my day! :)
I'm glad I was of help