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Simplify........... (8x^2)/(x^2-9 ) ∙ (x^2+ 6x+9 )/(16x^3)
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apoorwa
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try this in the same way as i told you the previous
rannsan
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[8x^2/[(x-3)(x+3)] * [(x+3)^2/(16x^3)] then I Cancel any factor common to a numerator and a denominiator, such as 8,x^2,(x+3), and get [1/(x-3)] * [(x+3)/x]
Multiply to get: = (x/3)/[x(x-3)]
correct???
apoorwa
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just a min
let me check
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its partly correct you missed writing something
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(x+3)/(2x(x-3))
rannsan
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oops what did I miss?
rannsan
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ahhh I see thank you. I really suck at math, I am trying though.
apoorwa
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maths is fun.... just love it
rannsan
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I actually hate it, but I am almost 50yrs old and taking this again since high school. I was never taught algebra (the correct way) so I never learned the rules.
rannsan
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I have one more week and my algebra days will be over thank goodness, I wish I did like it.
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oh..it ok... you may ask for help any time....
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thank you
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can you help me with probability