Simple solve for X doesnt seem so simple Showing the steps would be nice 8(x – 1) -2(7x + 10) – 16 = 0
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Originally Posted by xifentoozlerix The answer is likely preferable over the decimal or mixed fraction form if you are in a Math class. -Dan
Originally Posted by topsquark The answer is likely preferable over the decimal or mixed fraction form if you are in a Math class. -Dan You are correct. I got too "simplify happy."
simplify without negative exponents (2x^2y^-2z^-1x^-1)^-3 Simplify (3x^3+6x^2+2x-4)-(2x^3-4x^2-2x+4)
simplify without negative exponents (2x^2y^-2z^-1x^-1)^-3 Simplify (3x^3+6x^2+2x-4)-(2x^3-4x^2-2x+4) expand (2e^x+3)(2e^x-3)
Originally Posted by dude simplify without negative exponents (2x^2y^-2z^-1x^-1)^-3 Simplify (3x^3+6x^2+2x-4)-(2x^3-4x^2-2x+4) expand (2e^x+3)(2e^x-3) Since it is only one term, you can multiply each factor's exponent by :
Originally Posted by dude simplify without negative exponents (2x^2y^-2z^-1x^-1)^-3 Simplify (3x^3+6x^2+2x-4)-(2x^3-4x^2-2x+4) Originally Posted by dude simplify without negative exponents (2x^2y^-2z^-1x^-1)^-3 Simplify (3x^3+6x^2+2x-4)-(2x^3-4x^2-2x+4) expand (2e^x+3)(2e^x-3) New problems need to go in new threads. -Dan
How about these: expand: (2x^2-1)^2 Factor completely (factor common first) y^4–6y^3+9y^2 factor/simplify lowest terms 9x^2-1 * x^2-1 __x-1 ___6x^2-2x 1 - 1 x_ x+2
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