2 / 5 / x + 4
Having trouble solving this problem and have no clue where to start. I'm trying to eliminate any fractions in the denominator.
Couln't figure out how to format this right so I just have it typed out. It's 2 divided by 5 over x + 4
2 / 5 / x + 4
Having trouble solving this problem and have no clue where to start. I'm trying to eliminate any fractions in the denominator.
Couln't figure out how to format this right so I just have it typed out. It's 2 divided by 5 over x + 4
Use \dfrac for a fraction:
However, I see no imaginary part and hence no complex number here. That form is the simplest it's going to get since you can't eliminate x from the denominator.
What are you hoping to achieve?
EDIT:
Assuming you mean then recall that dividing by a fraction is the same as flipping and multiplying it. Thus which has no x in the denominator.