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can some one verify my answer for a rational expression?

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Did you factor out the 2t+6 on the top?
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no
@mathstudent55 are you sure? this is for one of my projects and i need to get it right
you can go 1 step further ...the top is a perfect square of something :)
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You can factor t^2 + 6t+9 into (t+3)(t+3)
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the question is
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Ohh.. i think i got it.. just a min
i factored it. and yes ur answer is correct. you could factor it.
are these the correct restrictions t ≠ −3, 0, 4?
the bottom can't be zero ...so t cannot be 0 or 4
ok thanks! :)
|dw:1356722986287:dw| |dw:1356723314321:dw|
thanks for the help!!
@zaynahf you forgot the t in the denominator...it's t(t-4)
Crap.. yeah then the other answer is right..
np spartan...the best form of the answer is |dw:1356723540498:dw| from there, you can see the restriction right away

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