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1/2a^2 - 1/4a For a=4

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substitute a with 4....where are you confused tehre?
1/2(4)^2 - 1/4(4) 1/2 (16) - 1/4(4) 16/2- 4/4 ???
that depends... is the question \[\frac 12 a^2 - \frac 14a\]or\[\frac 1{2a^2} - \frac 1{4a}\]

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its 1/2a2 - 1/4a
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a^2
a^2 = \(a^2\)
I am working on polynomials. The question says to "Evaluate the expression" 1/2a^2 - 1/4a For a= 4
and i am asking you how the question looks like...
How do you get your equation to look like a real exponent on here?
is the a in the denominator or not?
is it \[\huge \frac 12 a^2 - \frac 14a\] or \[\huge \frac 1{2a^2} - \frac 1{4a}\]
no, it is to the side of the of the fraction
then you're right
Got it.... thank you- but seriously. how did you type out the equation like that on the computer
do you see that box that says \[\huge \boxed{\sum \; \rm{Equation}}\]
below the comment box
yes
oh.. cool.. thank you
welcome

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