Hello, Im new to this forum and I need a little help with Algebra/fraction. English is not my mother language, so I may confuse some math descriptions.
Here's my problem:
I still need to fix some problems. That is a fraction with algebra.
I'm going to take a guess that this is your expression:
In the numerator, factor out the common factors of 8x.
In the denominator, factor out the common factors 4x/
Do you think you can finish up?
Edit: Mush beat me again as usual, but I factored the thing a bit differently, so I'll leave it. Dang you Mush!
Mush and masters: Thanks guys That was just what I needed, but I still need to figure out this MATH code. The fraction was almost as the one I made, but it had "x┤3" and the likes. I will get back, when I get better math coding skills
EDIT: So, Im back, hehe. This was the original fraction I had problems with:
Actually usually in such algebraic manipulation problems, its usually easy to figure out if you are wrong. Just substitute a few values for x and check whether both sides of the equations are valid.
If you are wrong you can try working on the problem again. This method is usually very helpful since you can do it yourself