anonymous
  • anonymous
Help please! If x>2, then x^1-x-6/x^2-4= A. x-3/2 B. x-3/x-2 C. x-3/x+2 D. 3/2
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x^1=??? @Kfsv10
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats x^2 sorry xdd
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x^2-x-6=(x-3)(x+2) and x^2-4=(x+2)(x-2) since x>2, x+2>4 and is not zero and hence the factor x+2 will cancel out from both the numerator and denominator
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@Kfsv10
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah its like that
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  • jango_IN_DTOWN
so now you tell me the answer.. I provided enough hints.
anonymous
  • anonymous
b?
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\[(x-3)(x+2)/(x+2)(x-2)\]
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correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok thanks @jango_IN_DTOWN :)

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