I have to draw it out.

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I have to draw it out.

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I'm really bad at this kind of stuff :( |dw:1343645507201:dw|
Ah! Do you know factoring? We'd factor it and simplify before we could actually multiply this out.
The denominator in the first fraction is a-6. My a looks bad.

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Well I know what factoring is, I just suck when it's all this D:
\[{a^2 - 6a \over a - 6} \times {a + 3 \over a}\]
No worries. Can you factor \(a^2 - 6a\)?
a(a-6)?
Yep :)
a+3 ur answer a(a-6 ) * (a+3) ------- ------- a-6 a
\[{a\cancel{(a - 6)} \over \cancel{a - 6}} \times {a + 3 \over a} \]
Then cancel out the a's?
This becomes \[ {a \over 1} \times {a + 3 \over a} \Longrightarrow a \times {a + 3 \over a}\]
That's right :)
\[ 1 \times {a + 3 \over 1}\]
so it's just...a+3? o.o
Now nothing is left. That's right!
I'm a retard xD
parth cancel show kaise kie kiya???
\cancel{jo bhi cancel karna hai}
yes its a+3 @rebeccaskell94
Thank you @parhkohli and @Nick_Black
You're welcome! You did well here :)
Thanks :3
ur welcome :)
what subject is this @rebeccaskell94 ?
Algebra II :(
do you have algebra II in your grade @ParthKohli ?
I told you I'm a retard >.> Don't laugh D:
No. We solve equations like \(x + 3 = 12\) at school.
oh i see
us too. what a coincidence
lol
we were thought factorization of quadratic equation in Algebra and i hated
tought*
I hated Algebra I...worst year ever. I liked Geometry. Algebra II is...eh.
wonder what's the difference between the \(\implies \) code and \(\Longrightarrow\) code...they look the same
I don't like how they are moving with Algebra II and Trigonometry at the same time. Different level topics, you see.
well i was the same as u and its taught*
yeah they should do calculus instad of trig
lol grammar conscious?
What? lol
but you guys are lucky. when i was 18 we were doing statistics...our curriculum is very slow
Sucks for you xD hahahahhaha
ikr
i was in grade 7 when we were doing these questions and topic okay which one of u guys liked maths frm the beginning
I liked math before high school xD
i hated it from start to end hah
haha
This site made me love Mathematics.
this site made me hate answer-seekers and answer snipers
@ParthKohli i had a teacher who made me love maths
Yeah, and it made me find mistakes in the normal classroom environment.
@Nick_Black That's awesome. Some teachers always encourage you!

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