i think you multiply the 1 from the numerator to the denominator, but im not sure if you can do that when there is a subtract sign between the two integers. help??
i think you multiply the 1 from the numerator to the denominator, but im not sure if you can do that when there is a subtract sign between the two integers. help??
first of all, x cannot be solved for since what you have written is not an equation, but an expression.
the expression, however, can be simplified.
get a common denominator and combine the fractions in the numerator, then divide the resulting fraction by (x-3)
This expression is indeterminate. The only way a fraction can equal zero is if the numerator equals zero. The only way this numerator could equal zero would be if x was equal to 3, but that would make the denominator equal to zero as well.