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You found me lol

yeah im here now lol :D
|dw:1354646559750:dw|

ok

i mean you can do the algebra now from this point ... :D

ummmm I am stuck

I am sorry lol

10/(v+5) + 10 /(v-5) =3
10(v-5) + 10(v+5)
------------------ =3
(v+5)(V-5)

do multiplication and addition to simplify the numerator and the denominator..:D

give me a sec

wow i suck cause I am lost

|dw:1354590455411:dw|

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the v is throwing me off

10 10
-------- + ------- = 3
(v+5) (v-5)
?
------------------- =3
(v+5) (v-5)

20

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for the further left, that is
(v+5)(v-5)
-----------= ? then mult by 10
(v+5)

then on the mid of it
(v+5)(v-5)
-----------= ? then mult by 10
(v-5)

|dw:1354591397442:dw|

10(v-5) + 10(v+5
------------------- = 3
(v+5)(v-5)

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ok give me a sec and let me figure this out

multiply the numerator then do addition
on the denominator multiply them also

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is that right

hhm where did you get 10-5 and 15+5 from?
it should stay as 10( v-5)=? and 10(v+5)=?

I SUBTRACTED AND ADDED 10 FROM BOTH (V-5)(V+5)

10-5=5 AND 10+5=15

I just want to understand it

I guess you didn't like my explanation

no i asked you a question and you left

I just hate math and it takes me awhile to get it together

Well, I just answered your question

I left the room to help someone else with their question, but you should not assume that I had left.

it should stay as 10( v-5)=? and 10(v+5)=?
10( v-5)= 10v -50 is it ? and
10(v+5)= 10v +50 is it ?

Thank you I am sorry

and for the denominator
(v+5)(V-5)=?

Go check out my solution

where is that? lol... :D

I'll do anything to avoid a quadratic equation

9 almost ten years ago

wait I just had my high school reunion so it was 10 years ago lol

She's probably 28 years old

wow, almost 10 years ago? hmmm yeah this is a good refresher to you ... :D

29

I just posted a link to the solution

ok this is good,, directly for the solutions and answer.... ;D

you did really avoid the quadratic equation .. :D

You guys are just too smart for me

I usually find ways to avoid it.

It's a personal goal of mine

lol

Have fun and thank you for your help

ok YW,, tc now and have fun solving..........:D

You're welcome. I have plenty alternative solutions up my sleeve.

If you need an alternative solution, cite me.