I believe I have it right that the common factor of x^2+6x+8 and x^2+2x would be x^2 + 2x. If not let me know....... But if those 2 terms were denominators of fractions what is the least common denominator?
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Originally Posted by galanm I believe I have it right that the common factor of x^2+6x+8 and x^2+2x would be x^2 + 2x. If not let me know....... nope But if those 2 terms were denominators of fractions what is the least common denominator? and thus, if combining two fractions with those quadratics as the denominators, the least common denominator would be:
Originally Posted by galanm I believe I have it right that the common factor of x^2+6x+8 and x^2+2x would be x^2 + 2x. If not let me know. To learn how to factor the second polynomial, try here. To learn how to factor the first polynomial, try here.
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