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simplyfing radical expressions: how do you find x^3-x^2-42x ------------ 2x^2-20x+42

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wait it's not radical it's rational

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rational expressions
i learned when it's x^2 but not x^3
i mastered radical expressions by the way
take the x common in the numerator you get a quadratic equation which is what you know
by everything?
oh wait
\[\large{\frac{x^3-x^2-42x}{2x^2-20x+42}= \frac{x(x^2-x-42)}{2x^2-20x+42}}\]
oh i see, thanks!
Of course it can be simplified further
yes^
neverforgetvivistee should post her solution on here to make sure it is right
yes^
i got x(x+6)/2(x+3)
wait no it's x-3
x(x+6)/2(x-3)
yeah thats right
nice
i'll master rationals soon
GoodLuck ;)
thanks everyone

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