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Hi! I was wondering if someone could help me solve ((a^2)/(a-b))+((b^2)/(b-a))
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Hi! I was wondering if someone could help me solve ((a^2)/(a-b))+((b^2)/(b-a))
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anonymous
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I know I need a common denominator
anonymous
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denominator = (a-b)(b-a)
anonymous
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a-b is the opposite of b-a, try it with numbers

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anonymous
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So I would multiply a2 by (b-a) and b2 with (a-b)?
anonymous
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...so you have a common denominator if you multiply one of them by -1
anonymous
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a^2/(a-b) - b^2/(a-b)
anonymous
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yes marie
anonymous
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(a^2 - b^2)/(a-b)
anonymous
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...then difference of squares
anonymous
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... in the numerator
anonymous
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...cancels with denominator
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...leaving...
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I see it now!

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