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Essay: Show all work. Find the following quotient: 25x^2-100y^2/5x+10y

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Difference of 2 squares in the numerator, can you factor those?
what do you mean
\[a^2-b^2=(a-b)(a+b)\]

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look familiar?
yes but i never know how to plug the numbers in
what is\[\sqrt{25x^2}\]
5x^2
close
what is\[\sqrt{x^2}\]
x^1.41
\[\sqrt{x^2}=x\]
can you explain that rick? and then retrice natz the original question?
weird bug, ask natz*
huh dgo
i typed a s s k i think
anyhow I am wondering what you are taking away from all the answers youve been getting. are you learning how to do this stuff?
yes i have learned a lot from this website i just have a hard time grasping it .It takes me to learn it mre than once before i got it all the way
your answer is 5x-10y use difference of squares to simplify into: \[(5x+10y)(5x-10y)\div(5x+10y)\] (5x+10y) crosses out from the equation because \[(5x+10y)\div(5x+10y)=1\] so you are left with 5x-10y
same for me natz haha ive learned a lot from this website, just takes me so long
it is just math is my worst subject
addrigonzalez is that the whole problem
do you understand adri's answer?
it should be, you are looking for a quotient, right? so if 6 is divided by 3, the quotient is 2
yes they cross out eachother
i love math, we are on derivatives in college and i just dont understand my foreign teacher or whay we even need derivatives in the first place
derivatives are unnessecary

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