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  • 5 years ago

I need help in my algebra its pretty simple but i am not sure on my answer :)

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  1. anonymous
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    the one labeled shape is the problem ^^ :)

  2. anonymous
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    plessss help? :)

  3. anonymous
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    To find the perimeter, add up all the sides. (5x/6) + (x/3) + (x/3) + (x/3) (5x/6) + 3(x/3) (5x/6) + x (5x/6)+(6x/6) 11x/6

  4. anonymous
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    Ahhhhhh alright i was right about the answer then :) idk the process confuzzles me ^^ idk why lol

  5. anonymous
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    here it iss!! :)

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    3/ (x-5) + 5/ (x^2-25) ** (x^2-25) can be written as (x-5)(x+5) So therefore: 3/ (x-5) + 5/ (x-5)(x+5) Find LCD (least common denominator) (3(x+5) + 5)/ (x-5)(x+5) (3x+15+5)/ (x-5)(x+5) (3x+20)/ (x-5)(x+5)

  7. anonymous
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    Ahhh alright im pretty sure that there is more but i am going to have to firgure that on my own but thanks a bunch!! :D

  8. anonymous
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    btw u should be a frickin teacher! xD

  9. anonymous
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    Haha :)

  10. anonymous
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    :P one more but i dont have to attach it lol ur steps are frickin daving my life!! :D

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    (x2 + 10x + 9) and (x2 - 1) A. (x + 1) B. (x + 1)( x + 9) C. (x + 1)(x - 1) D. (x + 1)(x - 1)(x + 9)

  12. anonymous
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    Which of the following is the LCM of the polynomials?

  13. anonymous
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    i think i get confused with GCF and LCM :P i dont even remember wht each means!?!? :P

  14. anonymous
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    For (x2 + 10x + 9), Multiples are (x+9), (x+1) For (x2-1) Multiples are (x-1), (x+1) LCM is Least Common Multiple... So the least common multiple for both is (x+1), which is A

  15. anonymous
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    Ahhhhh, i see why that would be the answer then!! :)

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