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lol :) whats your question??
\[4x ^{2} - 32x + 48 / 3x ^{2} - 17x -6\]
lol no, not 911 xD unless that's a user. I just figured out how to work this, bear with me guys

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Lol, i am sorry, Well if u have anymore questions about this site message me or ask me if u see me in a chat.
lol I got you....... I got you......give me a second to come up with an answer!!
So, I mean, what I have so far is the simplified(?) version of the top equation. 4(x^2 - 8x + 12) --> 4(x-2)(x-6) @dmezzullo I'll be sure to! @space4cadet101 Thank you!
*top part of the equation
you have a rational expression. It has many properties that can be obtained from it. But without knowing what you are having to do with it, its pretty nominal at best.
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you can try factoring the bottom using this as a first guess (3x )(x ) the numbers after the x terms have to be factors of 6: either 1 and 6 or 2 and 3 (with different signs)
I'm sorry guys, I totally just went through the lesson a millionth time, did the equation with the instruction video, and I get it now. Thanks for all your help, though!
as long as you get it now, its all good ;)

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