Hi Everyone! I would like you to check my work.
BTW my book is Precalculus, 3rd Edition by Bittinger, Beecher, Ellenbogen, and Penna
The directions are to add/subtract/divide and simplify if possible.
#38:
Get like denominators:
Simplify:
Would it be better to put my answer as: ?
# 39:
Factor the denominators:
Get a LCM of the denominators:
Simplify:
Which simplifies to:
My book agrees so I'm pretty sure.
#44:
My answer is:
# 62:
Get the like denominators:
Which just simplifies to:
Correct?
Thank you all for your help!
Good!
yes. it looks nicer, which is goodWould it be better to put my answer as: ?
yes, good. i was just about to tell you it was the difference of two squares, but you beat me to it. nice# 39:
Factor the denominators:
Get a LCM of the denominators:
Simplify:
Which simplifies to:
My book agrees so I'm pretty sure.
By the way, you LaTex is way more complicated than it has to be. there is no need to put "\," after every term