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  1. BTaylor
    • 2 years ago
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    1. factor everything. 2. cancel common factors

  2. rebeccaskell94
    • 2 years ago
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    No kidding?

  3. BTaylor
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    seriously. usually you get a nice answer.

  4. rebeccaskell94
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    They didn't take the answer I had. I know *how* to solve it -___- I just missed something, somwhere.

  5. BTaylor
    • 2 years ago
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    what were your factors?

  6. rebeccaskell94
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    (3a-1)(a-4)/(3a-1) • 7(4+a)/(a-4)(a+4)

  7. bhaweshwebmaster
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    |dw:1343667100497:dw|

  9. rebeccaskell94
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    Oh gosh. @bhaweshwebmaster Thank you so much! I screwed up really bad after cancelling out factors. Oops. o.o

  10. BTaylor
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    you just forgot that it was (3a-1)^2, right?

  11. rebeccaskell94
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    Lol I'm not exactly sure what I did but I came up with 3(2a-1)/2 O.O

  12. rebeccaskell94
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    Lol I'm a fail.

  13. Ganpat
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    |dw:1343667268515:dw|

  14. rebeccaskell94
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    What is the QED on the right? @bhaweshwebmaster

  15. bhaweshwebmaster
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    Quite Easily Done

  16. BTaylor
    • 2 years ago
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    its Latin for something that means "I did it!"

  17. rebeccaskell94
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    Oh! Thanks, guys! :)

  18. bhaweshwebmaster
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    Quod erat Demonstrandum it is.

  19. Hero
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    QED means "It is Finished"

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