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kgcrivello

  • 3 years ago

Please perform each operation and reduce answer. Thanks! a. (13x^2)/(15) + (3x^2)/(10) b. (3x+1)/(3x) - (x+3)/(2x) c. (-6x^3y^2)/(5x^6y) ((times)) (10xy)/3 d. (x-3)/(x+4) ((divided by)) (x+1)/(2x+8) p.s. you don't have to work all of these, just as much as you want to do. : )

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  1. TransendentialPI
    • 3 years ago
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    a: You need common denominators. I'd try 30. \[{13x^2 \over 15 }*{2 \over 2} + {13x^2 \over 10} * {3 \over 3} ={{26x^2 + 39x^2} \over 30}\] b. Ditto with 6x c. and d are different beasts.

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