Kind of a tough one, not sure how to start--I'm sure it's easy I just get braindead looking at this problem. 28x^6+28x^4+14x^3 ------------------------------ 7x^5 Simplify Any help would be most appreciated
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Originally Posted by hi0 Kind of a tough one, not sure how to start--I'm sure it's easy I just get braindead looking at this problem. 28x^6+28x^4+14x^3 ------------------------------ 7x^5 Simplify Any help would be most appreciated that's : $\displaystyle \displaystyle \frac {28x^6+28x^4+14x^3}{7x^5} = \frac {7 x^3 (4x^3+4x+2) }{7x^5} = \frac {4x (x^2+1)+2}{x^2 } $
Originally Posted by yeKciM that's : $\displaystyle \displaystyle \frac {28x^6+28x^4+14x^3}{7x^5} $ ?? Yes, exactly.
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