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P^2-4p-32/p+4 @ghazi –p + 8; p ≠ –4 p – 8; p ≠ –4 –p – 8; p ≠ –4 p + 8; p ≠ –4

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    well \[P^2-4p-32=(p-8)(p+4)\]

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    \[\frac{ (p-8)(p+4) }{ (p+4) }=(p-8)\] p=/ 4

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    confused

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  4. ghazi Group Title
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    @Gungirl4ever1994 clear?

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    i no =/4 bc thats at the end of em all

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    sorry \[p \ne 4\]

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    b

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    bubba help on more?

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    keep posting :)

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    ???

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    \[\frac{ q^2+11q+24 }{ q^2-5q-24 } =\frac{ (q+8)(q+3) }{ (q-8)(q+3) }=\frac{ (q+8) }{ (q-8) }\]

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    C

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    you can do this one :) you need to factorize

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    plzzz

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    yes you can do it :D z^2+3z+2=(z+2)(z+1)

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    A

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    thanks talk to you in a bit :)

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