clamin
  • clamin
PLEASE HELP!!! MEDAL!!! I Use synthetic division to solve. is this right??
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clamin
  • clamin
|dw:1443661956244:dw| did i do this righ??
zepdrix
  • zepdrix
No that's not quite right. If you want to do \(\large\rm \frac{-32}{3}+6\) then you need to get a common denominator before adding. This seems like a really difficult way to do synthetic though... What's the problem look like? Can't we get rid of those fractions maybe? :o
clamin
  • clamin
i dont know how to find common denominator.@zepdrix

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kva1992
  • kva1992
clamin what is the original problem?
clamin
  • clamin
|dw:1443663192218:dw| @kva1992
kva1992
  • kva1992
alright so your set up is right only thing is the denominator zep was referring to so if yoru adding -32/3 + 6 it would be converted to -32/3+18/3 then you would subtract and what not
kva1992
  • kva1992
does that make sense and do you see what i did?
kva1992
  • kva1992
in order to subtract that problem you must convert it to an improper fraction
kva1992
  • kva1992
the method you chose to solve it is correct you just didnt subtract and add properly
kva1992
  • kva1992
hopefully that helped @clamin
clamin
  • clamin
where did you get that 18/3?? @kva1992
kva1992
  • kva1992
change the 6 into a improper fraction since your using 3 as the denominator it would become 18/3
kva1992
  • kva1992
change the 6 into a improper fraction since your using 3 as the denominator it would become 18/3
freckles
  • freckles
I like @zepdrix 's idea of getting rid of the nasty fractions in the top polynomial and then dividing using synthetic route
freckles
  • freckles
\[\frac{-6p^4-32p^3-50p^2-8p+33}{3(2p+6)} =\frac{-6p^4-32p^3-50p^2-8p+33}{6p+18}\]
freckles
  • freckles
now divide
kva1992
  • kva1992
that works as well

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