Ok, I need to know how to solve, or if someone could just help me get started on this problem... (b^2 + 4 b + 16)/(b^3 - 64) Thanks!
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Note that: a^3 - b^3 = (a-b)(a^2+ab+b^2) and that 64 = 4^3 can you finish?
Originally Posted by WinnieThePooh Ok, I need to know how to solve, or if someone could just help me get started on this problem... (b^2 + 4 b + 16)/(b^3 - 64) Thanks! You are not solving anything here. There is no equation to solve. You are simplifying an expression.
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