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|dw:1346979087138:dw| The trick is to factorizing and cancel out common factors.
@siddhantsharan What happened to the 3a at the very bottom, where did that go?
I got (3a^2+12a+8)/6a+4
Shouldnt the numerator be: 9a^2 + 3a ?
Im not sure, this is what I did, do you see any erros? |dw:1347328306535:dw|
@Mello the answer depends whether the question is: |dw:1347286744371:dw|
ALSO u have written 2(a+1)+a as 3a+1 shouldn't it be 3a+2 ??@siddhantsharan
@ ghass1978 there is no parentheses. its the first one.
@hartnn you mean me?
i saw error in @siddhantsharan drawing.
I see, i think we still get different answers.
@Mello your answer is right this way,cause your numerator can't be further factorized
|dw:1347287057601:dw| final answer is just 3a/2 ok ??
@hartnn Shouldnt the division operation be done first? Since there is no parentheses?
u sure there is no parenthesis. if there is no parenthesis, then i m certainly wrong..........
No, there wasn't but for some reason, a sneak at the answers did say it was 3a/2. I guess it might have been a typo :/
if the answer is 3a/2 then there certainly is parenthesis.
Hm hm, I guess Ill take it up with the teacher later XD @hartnn, @ghass1978 Thanks for the help :)
welcome :) without the parenthesis, the problem is too complicated to simplify , as indicated by wolf.