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reposting. Please help me solve

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  1. Sabrena
    • 2 years ago
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    Please help me I just dropped off....(x-5)(4x+3)=0

  2. joshi
    • 2 years ago
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    well first of all anything multiplied by 0= 0 right? so that means either (x-5)=0 and (4x+3)=0 because their product is 0

  3. Sabrena
    • 2 years ago
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    |dw:1355013048987:dw| Got it...I am with you so far

  4. joshi
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    ok great so now you solve for x in both these equations, do you know how to do that?

  5. Sabrena
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    ok a refresher would help. They have put alot at me

  6. Sujay
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    (x−5)(4x+3)=0 This is the original equation. So, either (x−5)=0 or (4x+3)=0 . So, x=5 and 4x=-3 . Simplify: x=5 and x=-4/3 . Final answer: {5,-4/3} .

  7. Sabrena
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    Thank you. I do have another finding the domain

  8. Sabrena
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    f(y)=y+1/y^2-y

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