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

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  1. rickjbr
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    Difference of 2 squares in the numerator, can you factor those?

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  2. Natz0213
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    what do you mean

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  3. rickjbr
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    \[a^2-b^2=(a-b)(a+b)\]

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  4. rickjbr
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    look familiar?

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  5. Natz0213
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    yes but i never know how to plug the numbers in

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  6. rickjbr
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    what is\[\sqrt{25x^2}\]

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  7. Natz0213
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    5x^2

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  8. rickjbr
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    close

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  9. rickjbr
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    what is\[\sqrt{x^2}\]

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  10. Natz0213
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    x^1.41

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  11. rickjbr
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    \[\sqrt{x^2}=x\]

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  12. dgo
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    can you explain that rick? and then retrice natz the original question?

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  13. dgo
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    weird bug, ask natz*

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  14. Natz0213
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    huh dgo

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  15. dgo
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    i typed a s s k i think

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  16. dgo
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    anyhow I am wondering what you are taking away from all the answers youve been getting. are you learning how to do this stuff?

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  17. Natz0213
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    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

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  18. adrigonzalez304
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    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

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  19. dleather25
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    same for me natz haha ive learned a lot from this website, just takes me so long

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  20. Natz0213
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    it is just math is my worst subject

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    addrigonzalez is that the whole problem

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  22. dgo
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    do you understand adri's answer?

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  23. adrigonzalez304
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    it should be, you are looking for a quotient, right? so if 6 is divided by 3, the quotient is 2

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  24. Natz0213
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    yes they cross out eachother

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  25. dleather25
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    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

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  26. dleather25
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    derivatives are unnessecary

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