anonymous
  • anonymous
[Part 1 (4 points)] Show all work in simplifying the following expression. Be sure to list restrictions. [Part 2 (2 points)] Use complete sentences to explain your process.
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
\[(2x ^{2}+8x-42)\div(x ^{2}+12x+35)\]
AkashdeepDeb
  • AkashdeepDeb
All you need to do here is factorize the numerator and the denominator! :) Split the middle term use FOIL! :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
@satellite73 @Hero @nincompoop

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Hero
  • Hero
1. Factor the numerator and the denominator \[\frac{2(x + 7)(x - 3)}{(x+7)(x + 5)}\] 2. Cancel factors of one: \[\frac{2\cancel{(x + 7)}(x - 3)}{\cancel{(x+7)}(x + 5)}\] 3. Then write the simplified result \[\frac{2(x-3)}{x+5}\]
Hero
  • Hero
Don't forget to list the restrictions.

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