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find c?

tell me if 1/x^2-c is a fraction form?

Yes it is in fraction form, 1 on top and x^2-c on the bottom

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this is calculus y do u want to find c

i cant find c with f(x) thingie

Okay.. Thanks anyway :)

c=x^2-1/y there u go

know not no (darn it)

so c=9?

All you really need to do is divide.

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how many times does x go into 3x^2?

2?

3x^2/x=3xx/x
What cancels?

X?

So you are left with just 3x right?

Wouldn't 3x times x-1 be 3x^2-2x?

3x(x-1)=3x(x)-3x(1)
=3x^2-3x

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Oh okay, then I subtract that by 3x^2+2x and get -1x don't I?

Nope.

2-(-3)=?

Ugh the signs mess me up.. it would be 6

Still no. 2-(-3)=2+3=5

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Gah! I'm multiplying when I should be adding >_< okay so now you bring down the -3 and have 5x-3

Yes. Now you can still do x into 5x how many times?
Or what is 5x/x=?

It goes in 5 times

Right. So we have |dw:1379948593951:dw|

Now you could finish it out, right?
5 times (x-1)

Would be 5x-5

Yes so we have
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Tell me what is remaining?

8 is remaining, so my answer would be 3x+5+8? Could I combine them and make it 3x+13?

as x goes to infinity*

Ugh I'm bad at this... So my answer would be 3x+5?

Yep.

Do you want to try one?

Find the slant asymptote for \[g(x)=\frac{x^3+2x^2+5x+1}{x^2+1}\]

Err... My picture doesn't show the +1.
Do you see everything?

Yeah I can see all of it, yeah that's what I was trying to put.. |dw:1379950041284:dw|

good so far

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wait

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Wait I'm confused.. why is the x under the 5x?

Because we are putting our like terms together

You only combine like terms.

Oh okay gotcha so do I bring to 2x^2 down when I subtract?

yep 2x^2-0=2x^2

If you want you can put 0 placeholders in there
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|dw:1379951263384:dw| So like this?

Ah okay, makes sense |dw:1379951489180:dw| is this right?

is that +2 up there?

also did you put a 2 under the 1(my screen is cutting the picture off)

Yes it is +2 on top. No I didn't, I see why I need to though|dw:1379952081201:dw|

Tell me what you got for the remainder?

That part is cut off for me.

Yeah that's what I got ^^

Nice.

Yep! Thanks for the help! :D

Np.:)

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