allie_bear22
create an algebraic expression that can be simplified.
example: x^25x+6/x^9 simplify it



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Luigi0210
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\[\frac{ x^25x+6 }{ x^9 }=\frac{ (x3)(x2) }{ (x3)(x+3) }\]

Luigi0210
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that's an x^29 at the bottom btw, my mistake

allie_bear22
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no i need a knew one not the one i posted that was an example

Luigi0210
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Oh, does it need to have all different numbers?

allie_bear22
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yea i think so

allie_bear22
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it can be easy it just has to have varibles and needs to be able to be simplified

Luigi0210
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The previous? Or first?

allie_bear22
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previous the answer

allie_bear22
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ok im gonna turn it in ill tell u if your right

allie_bear22
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she said we have to simplify and get a final answer @Luigi0210

allie_bear22
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so its right so far were just not done

Luigi0210
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Well I showed it in the deleted post :l

allie_bear22
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i know i copy and pasted she said we wernt done

allie_bear22
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(x2)(x3)/(x2)(x+2)=x^25x+6/x^24

Luigi0210
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\[\frac{ x3 }{ x+2 }\]