ridgeboy36
What is the simplified form of (x5)/(x^23x10) multiplied by (x+2)/(x^2+x12)? Can anyone solve this problem???



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anonymous
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doesn't really mean multiply
it means "factor and cancel"

ridgeboy36
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could you please guide me through this problem I have tried solving it multiple times and cant seem to solve it.

anonymous
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did you factor both denominators?

anonymous
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\[\frac{x5}{(x5)(x+2)}\times \frac{x+2}{(x3)(x+4)}\]

ridgeboy36
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Yes i got (x5)(x+2) and (x3)(x+4)

ridgeboy36
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Would the answer be (1)/(x3)(x+4)

ridgeboy36
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dw:1353290039728:dw

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yes