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theslytherinhelper
Please help. Algebra 2.
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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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.
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 ;)