## heyitslizzy13 one year ago help please! (:

1. anonymous

whats up

2. heyitslizzy13

3. heyitslizzy13

4. anonymous

is it question 6

5. heyitslizzy13

yes :)

6. anonymous

do u have a answer that you can guess

7. heyitslizzy13

I have the answer, which is 2, but I don't know exactly how to solve it myself

8. anonymous

you are correct 2 ^2 equals 4 so 4-2 equalls 2 so you was correct

9. anonymous

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10. heyitslizzy13

I know I can plug it in but I do not know the steps to get the answer

11. anonymous

I can help take you through the steps :)

12. anonymous

First off, we can ignore the denominators. Since they are both equal, we can focus on the numerators. However, since we can't divide by 0, we can't have x be -1. Since -1+1=0 of course.

13. anonymous

first you will have to find what by the exponent of 2 -2 will equal 2 and that was 2

14. anonymous

with this 2 by the exponet of 2 equals 4 minus that by 2 and you will get the answer on your right which is 2

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16. heyitslizzy13

i'm a little confused @Napolions

17. anonymous

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18. anonymous

do this help

19. heyitslizzy13

@Napolions why are we squaring the 2, i'm lost

20. anonymous

Sorry, my internet sucks. To continue we now have $\large \bf x^2-x=2$ We can bring the 2 over to create $\large \bf x^2-x-2=0$ Do you know how to factor it from there or do you still need help?

21. heyitslizzy13

dw about it, thanks for helping! and I got it :)

22. anonymous