Is this question 1?
Hey, I have a couple of questions from my book, I either didn't understand
or couldn't get the right awnser for.. it would be amazing if you could help!!
Thanks soo much.
1.
2s2(squared)+14s-16
________________
2(s2(squared)+7s-8)
2.
ax2(squared)+6ax+9a
3.
t2(squared)-9 = t2(squared)-9
__________ ____________
t +7 t+12 (t+3)(t+4)
4.
x-1 - 3x-2
___ ____
5 10
5.
4 - 2
_______ ________
2m2-m-1 m2+2m -3
thanks again!
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haha alright..
Uh that is question 3..
& I did the work but I came out with a diffrent awnser then my text book so
I foiled the one bottom
thee t(sqred)+7t+12
& I got
t(sqrd) - 9
---------------
(t+3)(t+4)
but.. yeah I dont even know whats up with my text book
Hold on, let me get this straight. for question 3 you put the question and your answer? You should tell me when you are doing that. did you do that for any others?
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for t squared, type t^2, we use the "^" symbol to show that the number immediately following the symbol is a power of the number immediately before the symbol
I get how you did it all now.. & I can immediatley see what I did/or didn't do.
for number 4., I believe my teacher told us to multiply the entire equasion buy (in this case 10) .
would that result in the same awnser in the end?
& with number 3.
its
t^2-9
_________
t^2 + 7t + 12
(that looks a little better doesnt it)