# Thread: Need help for Algrebra test on Monday.

1. ## Need help for Algrebra test on Monday.

pie="π"

Take 0.025µ^4π² + 50µ²π^4 by 5µπ^3

Well there's the problem, and I have the answer, witch is (0.005µ^3 over π) + 10µπ. I'm just having a hard time doing the long division.

I've come up with many other answers, none of course being the right one. It's kind of a big favor to ask, but can someone explain the long division to me.

2. Originally Posted by Jarod_C
pie="π"

Take 0.025µ^4π² + 50µ²π^4 by 5µπ^3

Well there's the problem, and I have the answer, witch is (0.005µ^3 over π) + 10µπ. I'm just having a hard time doing the long division.

I've come up with many other answers, none of course being the right one. It's kind of a big favor to ask, but can someone explain the long division to me.
Is this what you are trying to solve?

$\displaystyle \frac{0.25\mu^4 \pi^2 + 50\mu^2 \pi^4}{5\mu\pi^3}$

3. $\displaystyle \frac{0.25\mu^4 \pi^2 + 50\mu^2 \pi^4}{5\mu\pi^3}$ Yep, that's the one my life has come down to.

4. $\displaystyle \frac{0.25\mu^4 \pi^2 + 50\mu^2 \pi^4}{5\mu\pi^3}$

$\displaystyle \frac{0.25\mu^4 \pi^2}{5\mu\pi^3} +\frac{50\mu^2 \pi^4}{5\mu\pi^3}$

$\displaystyle \frac{\mu^3}{20\pi} + 10\mu \pi$