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algebra2sucks

  • 2 years ago

Simplify the rational expression. State any restrictions on the variable. (p^2 - 4 p -32)/ p + 4

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  1. algebra2sucks
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    Yes I did! I dont understand this though

  2. algebra2sucks
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    one of the numbers is 8?

  3. algebra2sucks
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    No not for these type of questions

  4. algebra2sucks
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    by findin out what P is?

  5. phani09
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    |dw:1359727692606:dw|

  6. algebra2sucks
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    so is it p – 8; p ≠ –4

  7. phani09
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    on simplification we get p-8 but the problem is true only if the denominator is not equa to zero...... so p+4 is not equal to 0 it means p is not equal to -4

  8. algebra2sucks
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    So iss that right?

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