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HELP! 8n/ 4 + 3n/4 = x+1/ 5 + x-3/5= 4y/ y+2 + 8/y+2= Which of the following is NOT equivalent to the rational expression of 4/ 3-x A)-4/x-3(negative onnly on 4) B)-4/x-3(negative on whole equation.) C)-4/3-x(negative on whole equation)

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  1. anonymous
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    :(

  2. Hero
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    This question is more loaded than I thought

  3. anonymous
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    so you cant help me out?

  4. anonymous
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    was 11n/4 right?

  5. Hero
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    Well, I can but let me see something real quick.

  6. anonymous
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    Ok.

  7. Hero
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    For one, you haven't properly written the equations.

  8. anonymous
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    yes i did.

  9. Hero
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    You need to use parentheses to properly distinguish the numerator from the denominator.

  10. Hero
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    No you haven't

  11. anonymous
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    Thats how it shows on my hw

  12. anonymous
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    hmmm. Ok tho :?

  13. Hero
    • 4 years ago
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    I'll show you an example of what I mean: 4/ 3-x can be interpreted as: |dw:1327467281660:dw| There's no way to tell which is which. The only proper way to distinguish is by using parentheses. But you have to do that for ALL of them

  14. Hero
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    |dw:1327467364687:dw|

  15. anonymous
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    |dw:1327467400523:dw| like this.

  16. anonymous
    • 4 years ago
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    i dont understand...!

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