- anonymous

Algebra 2
What is the simplest form of the expression below?
3m+n/n-1xn^2-n/5
A. 3mn^2-3mn/-5
B. 3m+n^2/5
C. 3mn+n^2/5
D. 3m/5

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- anonymous

I would say you can immediately eliminate A and D.

- anonymous

Is / the parenthesis?

- anonymous

What you mean about this /the parenthesis?? @ShirouxGhoul

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- anonymous

@beautifulgirly
Parenthesis
Exponents
Multiply
Divide
Add
Subtract

- anonymous

So, first do PEMDAS.

- triciaal

the expression is not clearly written

- anonymous

Thank you @triciaal

- anonymous

Could you draw the expression?

- anonymous

I think you meant like this.
What is the simplest form of the expression below?
3m + n / n - 1 x n^2 - n / 5
a. 3mn^2 - 3mn / -5
b. 3m + n^2 / 5
c. 3mn + n^2 / 5
d. 3m / 5

- anonymous

yes is exaclty what i wrote down

- anonymous

I know, but I spaced it further.

- anonymous

oh okay, so what i do first to star solving the expression?

- anonymous

PEMDAS

- anonymous

3m + n / n - 1 x n^2 - n / 5

- anonymous

So are there any parenthesis?

- anonymous

no theres is no parenthesis

- anonymous

OK, so next step. Are there any exponents?

- anonymous

Do i multiply by crossing? @ShirouxGhoul

- anonymous

yes n^2

- anonymous

The answer is B. Do you want me to explain thoroughly?

- anonymous

OK, solve all the exponents.

- anonymous

please explained

- anonymous

Did you solve all exponents?

- anonymous

not yet

- anonymous

Once you solve all the exponents, multiply everything that need multiplied.

- anonymous

Thank you !!!

- anonymous

- anonymous

Your welcome! Do you get it now, or need me to keep explaining?

- anonymous

I got now, thanks again!!!

- anonymous

Your welcome! Tag me for further help. Do you have anymore questions now, or you good?

- anonymous

Also, may I ask, what grade is this work in?

- anonymous

yes i have more questions What about this one? 2 x^2 -10x- 28 /6x x 6/x-7

- anonymous

yes, Is algebra 2. PLATO Class is a course where u take a class u failed

- anonymous

I'm in 12 grade is hard to be senior. The question is : what is the simplest form of the expression below? 2 x ^ 2 - 10 x - 28/ 6 x x 6 / x - 7
A. 2x+4/6x
B. 6
C. 12x+24/6x
D. 2x^2-10x-168/6x^2-42x

- anonymous

A. is 2x+4/x there is not 6 sorry

- anonymous

yeah I know & I'm ashaimed of that cuz i have a hard head to learn gosh

- anonymous

Did you mean for it to say 6 x x 6 on the expression?

- anonymous

for the first choice that is A. i the denominator is only x there is no 6 next to it

- anonymous

I mean here, 2 x ^ 2 - 10 x - 28/ 6 x x 6 / x - 7
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