1/2x +1/4-1/6 these are fractions just dont know what to do with the 2x

and

multiplication

(x+5)(x+3)

x^2 +8x+15

is that correct? if not can you help, or link a site that can.

Thank you.

factorising

X^2-x-6 is this correct (x-3)(x+2)

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- August 6th 2008, 07:31 PMcrashukanyone could help with this simple question
1/2x +1/4-1/6 these are fractions just dont know what to do with the 2x

and

multiplication

(x+5)(x+3)

x^2 +8x+15

is that correct? if not can you help, or link a site that can.

Thank you.

factorising

X^2-x-6 is this correct (x-3)(x+2) - August 6th 2008, 08:32 PMChris L T521
- August 8th 2008, 12:13 PMzooanimal98
1/2x +1/4-1/6 these are fractions just dont know what to do with the 2x

ok you can subtract 1/6 from 1/4 by finding the common demnomater which is 12. so you will get 3/12 - 2/12 = 1/12

you cannot touch the 1/2x because of the x so the answer is:

1/2x + 1/12

and

multiplication

(x+5)(x+3)

x^2 +8x+15

is that correct? if not can you help, or link a site that can.

Thank you. yes you are right

factorising

X^2-x-6 is this correct (x-3)(x+2) yep - August 8th 2008, 12:47 PMChris L T521