anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the simplified form of x squared plus 6 times x plus 8 all over 4 minus x squared.? negative times the quantity x plus 2 all over 4 plus x. negative times the quantity x minus 2 all over 4 minus x. x plus 4 all over 4 minus x. negative times the quantity x plus 4 all over x minus 2.
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CGGURUMANJUNATH
  • CGGURUMANJUNATH
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CGGURUMANJUNATH
  • CGGURUMANJUNATH
do u know how to factorise (x^2+6x+8) ?
Jamierox4ev3r
  • Jamierox4ev3r
wait so to be clear... \(\Huge\frac{x^2+6x+8}{4-x^2}\)

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CGGURUMANJUNATH
  • CGGURUMANJUNATH
@harliedanielfrye r u there ?
DebbieG
  • DebbieG
Oh, I take it... just looked at it closer. Never mind.
DebbieG
  • DebbieG
*take it BACK... lol... too early here.
DebbieG
  • DebbieG
Just factor both num'r and den'r. but before you do, you might want to re-write the den'r, keeping in mind: a - b = -(b - a) That will allow you "factor out" a (-1) in the den'r, so that you can have those terms in the usual order, where the x^2 term is first, e.g., \(\Large 4-x^2=-(x^2-4)\) Then both the num'r and den'r factor as usual, something will cancel, and you'll be left with the simplified form.
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry i was out
anonymous
  • anonymous
help me please

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