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itsmichelle29

  • one year ago

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  1. itsmichelle29
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    |dw:1435880595103:dw|

  2. anonymous
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    First factor out the denominators, if you can! It will help alot

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    And a plus side for you is that they both CAN be factored :)

  4. itsmichelle29
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    ....okay

  5. itsmichelle29
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    ik that they simpfy to

  6. itsmichelle29
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    |dw:1435880769799:dw|

  7. anonymous
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    Yes now simplify the other one!

  8. itsmichelle29
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    |dw:1435880857412:dw|

  9. anonymous
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    |dw:1435880839999:dw|

  10. anonymous
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    So basically it is 1/(x+3)(x-4)

  11. anonymous
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    or 1/x^2+x-12

  12. itsmichelle29
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    can it also be 1/(x-3)(x+4)

  13. anonymous
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    Yes

  14. itsmichelle29
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    right

  15. itsmichelle29
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    omg thank you

  16. anonymous
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    I just don't know what way your instructor wants it

  17. itsmichelle29
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    so much fan AND medal thanks

  18. anonymous
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    NP!!! ;)

  19. itsmichelle29
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    1/(x-3)(x+4) this way

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