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anonymous
 5 years ago
1. R^ + 36 over R + 6 = r + 6
2. A^  49 over A  7 = A 7
3. Q^ + 25 over Q + 25 = Q + 5
HOWEVER  My professor said the second one can NOT be simplified. The book is saying the third one can NOT be simplified. The three problems basically look the same  just with different number  so why can one of them be simplified but the other two can't???
anonymous
 5 years ago
1. R^ + 36 over R + 6 = r + 6 2. A^  49 over A  7 = A 7 3. Q^ + 25 over Q + 25 = Q + 5 HOWEVER  My professor said the second one can NOT be simplified. The book is saying the third one can NOT be simplified. The three problems basically look the same  just with different number  so why can one of them be simplified but the other two can't???

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