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Chiomatn93 Group Title

Simplify.

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    |dw:1336883510337:dw|

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    \[(5-5w^2)/(w^2-2w+1)\] \[5(1-w^2)/(w-1)^2\] \[5(1+w)(1-w)/(w-1)^2\] \[-5(1+w)/(w-1)\]

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    so thats the final answer>??

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    NO

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    it can be simplified more

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    okay please tell me

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    okay hold on let me type it

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    it may take a min. or 2 im getting used to this

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    i will wait

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    \[5-5w^{2}\div w^{2} -2w + 1 = 5(1-w ^{2})\div (w-1)(w-1) = -5(-1+w ^{2}) \div (w-1)(w-1)\] \[-5(w ^{2} -1) \div (w-1)(w-1) = -5(w+1)(w-1) \div (w-1)(w-1) =-5(w+1)(w-1)\]

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    I got -5(w+1). can anyone confirm this

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    i got -5(w+1)/(w-1)

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    yeah you're right I forgot that the (w-1) was squared.

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    thanks. i feel so smart. :)

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    okay cool thanks!

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    no problem. glad to help

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    can you answer my question.

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