anonymous
  • anonymous
(n^4)/(n^2+2n+1) (7)/(n^2-8n-9) need help finding the least common denominator
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mathmale
  • mathmale
this would look only half as hard if written as follows:\[(n^4)/(n^2+2n+1) .and. (7)/(n^2-8n-9)\]
mathmale
  • mathmale
or, better yet, \[\frac{ n^4 }{ n^2+2n+1 }, \frac{ 7 }{ n^2-8n-9 }\]
mathmale
  • mathmale
suggestion: factor both denominators. Then, think about what "LCD" means in this context. How would you find the LCD?

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