Could someone tell me how I would solve for x in this problem, please ? I'm stumped o_O... 1. 3x+5 divided by (x-1)(x^4+7)
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Originally Posted by coolaid2u Could someone tell me how I would solve for x in this problem, please ? I'm stumped o_O... 1. 3x+5 divided by (x-1)(x^4+7) you can't solve for x if there is no equation. please provide the whole question
Sorry. Solve for x using algebraic methods. 3x+5 --------- = 0 (x-1)(x^4+7)
Originally Posted by coolaid2u Sorry. Solve for x using algebraic methods. 3x+5 --------- = 0 (x-1)(x^4+7) a rational function (that is, a function that is a fraction) is zero when the numerator is zero (provided the denominator isn't zero at the same time) so your problem simplifies to solving: 3x + 5 = 0 i leave the details to you
I understand! Thank you very much!
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