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  • 4 years ago

x^2+12x+32/6x+42 / x^2+4x/x^2-49 dividing expressions.

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  1. anonymous
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    did you solve it is this what you got?

  2. anonymous
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    according to the textbook, you have the correct answer. i, on the other hand, got something completely different--and wrong ://

  3. anonymous
    • 4 years ago
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    can you show me how you solved this problem, saljudieh07, or have you gone somewhere else?

  4. anonymous
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    don't leave.... aaaahhh! :O

  5. anonymous
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    ok dont worri am here

  6. anonymous
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    yay:D

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    you change it to this: \[{[(x^2+12x+32)/(6x+42)]} * {[(x^2-49)/(x^2+4x)]}\] now simplify x^2+12x+32 into (x+4) (x+8) and simplify x^2-49 into (x-7)(x+7) and simplify x^2+4x into x(x+4) and simplify 6x+42 into 6(x+7) plug those back into your expression and cancel out some terms, you will get the right answer!

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    ooooh... makes sense. thanks:)

  9. anonymous
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    np ;)

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