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What is the simplified form of the quantity y squared plus y minus 6 over the quantity y squared plus 2 y minus 3 ?
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What is the simplified form of the quantity y squared plus y minus 6 over the quantity y squared plus 2 y minus 3 ?
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\[\frac{ y ^{2}+y6 }{ y ^{2}+2y3}\]First factorize the numerator separately and then the denominator(middle term factorization)..@DeadShot ..pls tell me if you got it
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DeadShotBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
The numerator is (x+3)(x2)
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the denominator is (x+3)(x1)
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DeadShotBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
@anikhalder It's \[\frac{ (y+3)(y2) }{ (y+3)(y1) }\]so the answer is \[\frac{ (y2) }{ (y1) }\] right?
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anikhalderBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
Well done 47...:) You are absolutely right
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Alright, Thanks for the help!
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