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z/1 -1/z =0 is the answer (z,-z)

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  1. anonymous
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    \[\frac{z}{1}-\frac{1}{z}=0\] denominator is (1*z) \[z*z= z^{2}\] \[(z^{2}-1)=o\] factor: (x+1)(x-1) =0 z = 1 z = -1 If I deserve medal then give me one.

  2. anonymous
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    how do I do that, I am new to this

  3. anonymous
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    next to my name click give medal

  4. anonymous
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    di u se/

  5. anonymous
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    thank

  6. anonymous
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    I think I did it

  7. anonymous
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    your welcome

  8. anonymous
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    yes, any more question?

  9. anonymous
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    yes I do

  10. anonymous
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    post it I will try the best

  11. anonymous
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    ok

  12. anonymous
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    find the LCM y^3 +4y^2 + 4y, y^2-4y

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    2 question?

  14. anonymous
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    no, thats 1

  15. anonymous
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    should i post it on the otherside so u can get credit for this as well

  16. anonymous
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    \[y^{3}+4y ^{2}+4y \] and another on is : \[y^{2}-4y\]

  17. anonymous
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    ?

  18. anonymous
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    look like u have 2 not 1 ?

  19. anonymous
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    the question gives 5 numbers and ask me to find the LCM the way it wants me to answer is number (number)^exponent (y-number)

  20. anonymous
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    LCM = 4y

  21. anonymous
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    y^3 +4y^2 + 4y= 4y(y^2 +y+1) y^2-4y = 4y(y-1) than LCM is ; 4y

  22. anonymous
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    wailt

  23. anonymous
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    I'm not sure u may re post question to see some one beter

  24. anonymous
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    I can factor nut not sure LCM

  25. anonymous
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    no prroblem thanks for trying, I do have something that you may be able to help with

  26. anonymous
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    y^3 +4y^2 + 4y = y(y^2+4y+4) = y(y+2)(y+2) =y (y+2)^2 y=0 , y=-2

  27. anonymous
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    y^2-4y = y(y-4) y = 0 , y =4

  28. anonymous
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    here goes another one x^2-3x+2/x^2+5x-6

  29. anonymous
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    it states that i should simplremoving factors of one

  30. anonymous
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    I can do this ,give a time I'm slow

  31. anonymous
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    ok, lol no problem, and thank u

  32. anonymous
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    \[(x^{2}-3x+2)\div(x ^{2}+5x -6)\] I want made suse I'm right?

  33. anonymous
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    no not division its factoring

  34. anonymous
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    \[\frac{(x-2)(x-1)}{(x+3)(x-2)}\]

  35. anonymous
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    no?

  36. anonymous
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    x- 2 cancel\[\frac{(x-1)}{(x+3}\]

  37. anonymous
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    that right?

  38. anonymous
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    i believe so, im horrible at math

  39. anonymous
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    I sure it correct

  40. anonymous
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    ok, thanx

  41. anonymous
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    u r welcom

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