How do I solve: x^2/2 - x/3 - 1/6 = 0 by factoring?
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Ok this is easier to factor
Try that one instead
All I did was to multiply by the LCD to get rid of all of the fractions
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ohh.. you found the LCD by?
3 times 2 is 6
ohhh. okay, thank you!
I also could have use 36 but then I would have to do more math
LCD means Least common denominator
think of what you would have chosen for a common denominator
if you had 1/2 + 1/3 + 1/6
would you have picked 6 as well?
Anytime you have fractions try to get rid of them using LCD
where did you get 3 x 2 from?
yeah I would have.
same concept except within algebra
whenever you get confused just write your numbers out to the side.
I would have focused on 1/2, 1/3, and 1/6
But in algebra if you decide to distribute a number, you must distribute it to all terms.