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ValentinaT

  • 2 years ago

Help with geometry/rational expressions?

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  1. ValentinaT
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  2. SerikMB
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    the height of the triangle is 2?

  3. ValentinaT
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    Okay.

  4. SerikMB
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    x/x^2+2x=1/x+1

  5. ValentinaT
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    Is that the rational expression in simplified form?

  6. SerikMB
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    1/(x+2)

  7. SerikMB
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    \[\frac{ Area of \triangle }{ Area of rectangle }\]

  8. SerikMB
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    Atriangle=x*2/2=x Arectangle=x*(x+2)=x^2+2x

  9. ValentinaT
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    I'm sorry, I'm still confused, could you help me put all this together so I might understand better? Sorry, if I'm asking too much of you.

  10. SerikMB
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    do you have answers?

  11. ValentinaT
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    To the area of triangle over area of rectangle? No.

  12. SerikMB
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    yes

  13. SerikMB
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    because it is inside the rectangle

  14. ValentinaT
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    \[\frac{ area of \triangle }{ area of rectangle }\] = \[\frac{ x(2)/2 }{ x(x+2) } = \frac{ x }{ x^2 + 2x }\]

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