Hey guys, I am having trouble with this problem that consists on fractions.
I know how to solve using quadratic formula but I don't know what step I should do for this one
Solve each equation:
(x-4) / (x^2 + 2) = 2
Hey guys, I am having trouble with this problem that consists on fractions.
I know how to solve using quadratic formula but I don't know what step I should do for this one
Solve each equation:
(x-4) / (x^2 + 2) = 2
It really doesn't matter, as long as one side is zero. I would move everything to the right, then combine like terms and arrange with the zero on the right side. Now you will have the equation in standard quadratic form.