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\[\sqrt{\frac{17}{17}-\frac{9}{17}}\] this?
no sorry thats not the equation its
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crap I can draw it either its not letting me
\[17\sqrt{17}-9 12 \sqrt{17}\] ??? please be a bit more specific
ya thats the equation and I have to simplify it
wait 912? are you sure thats right? its kind of a large number
no -9 and then square root sign between
by the way thank you for trying to help me I appreciate it
\[17\sqrt{17}-9\sqrt{12}\sqrt{17}\] this?
sigh soooo\[17\sqrt[2]{17}-9\sqrt[2]{17}\]
no power of 2 but yes thats right without the 2's though
\[17 \sqrt{17}-9\sqrt{17}\]
SAME THING
anyways, are you familiar with factoring or distributive property of multiplication or adding like terms?
sorta
ok, look at both terms, notice that they're both multiplied by sqrt(17) this means you can factor it out \[17\sqrt{17}-9\sqrt{17}= \sqrt{17} (17-9)\]
oh okay I get that
ok well then the only thing left is 17-9
right so the answer is 8
17-9 is 8 but 8 alone isnt the final answer
8/0?
oops i mean 8/17
assuming that slash means sqrt sign then yes normally "/" means divided by
haha ya it does thank you for your help :)

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