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\[\frac{ x }{ x^2+6x+7 } +\frac{ 7 }{ x^2+8x+15 }\] like this right ?

that was dauntingly fast !

x^2+6x+9 on the first one

5(y+3)(y−1)/(y−3)2(y+1) my answer but I can't risk getting it wrong again.

okay gimme a sec :)

so so what are the factors of x^2+6x+9 ??

so so what are the factors of x^2+8x+15??

hmm okay good :)

do you know how to find factors quadratic equations ?

* of

No, i don't

I solved it with factoring and it was correct.

I redid it and got something different

I have another question now. Can we try this one?

alright! :) post

well answer for that one is incorrect
we should try it again!

2y/y^2 -2y+1 + 8/y^2+1y-2

I got the previous question correct once i redid it.

ohh okay.

have you tried to solve the 2nd one ?

yes. i'm getting 2(y^2+6y-4)/(y-1)^2(y+2)

but I know it'll be wrong if I put it as my answer.

is it not factored?

it's factorable

i think i need to put in the unfactored answer

because anytime i put it in factored, it's wrong

1st) factor quadratic equation
2nd) find common denominator

(y-1)^2(y+2)

i have no clue what im doing

it says it was incorrect.

4x/x^2+2x+1 + 3/x^2+3x+2 is the new question

4x^2 +11x+3/(x+1)^2(x+2 is the answer im getting

and i did not. i submitted my answer before you said to take out the gcf so it was incorrect

1 is the gcf, right?

im confused

so do I take 2 out of my final answer?

4x^2+11x+3/(x+1)^2x

is that then?

i am completely lost

please type the number front of the new question

like 2nd ) question
3rd) question

i have no clue what question im on

im giving up.

never give up, take a breath get a drink

thanks for your help, though. i appreciate it a lot.

relax! you are doing a great job!

alright i didn't give u a GREAT explanation so yeah i'll tag other users

let's see..

is the problem factoring ?

i would like to see the screenshot of *multiple choice or answer box
what is the statement ??

okay. how can i enter a photo?

Press PrntScr to take a screenshot
and do you see to blue *attach file* button to attach file ?

I don't see an attach file button

http://prntscr.com/83xios

answer is not correct

show your work so i can loook over and find out some mistakes
that would be great

do you still need help?

I got locked out. My account is no longer active.

ik numerator isn't correct so that's mean answer is not correct

well the numerator is correct (again i might be wrong ) just not factored

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alright
let's see \[ \frac{ 6a }{ a^2+2a+1 } +\frac{ 7 }{ a^2+3a+2 }\]

ohhhhhh i see
*facepalm* it's 2 not 7

so your denominator is wrong

was looking at the wrong question.

im pretty sure LCD is (a+2)(a+1)^2

ye answer is correct
i'm sorry pma i was lookin at the wrong question.so i apologize

how are you getting \[(a+1)(a+2)\] for LCD @trwatkins1 ?

when one is a factor of the other you do not include

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oops so sorry I forgot the square when I factored

sorry yes the LCD = (a +1)^2*(a+2)

don't factor out the GCF
*find the sum* try to submit your answer

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this is a horrible way of learning to factor