Alright, I wanted to check and see if I got my answer right to this following question..
I came up with x over 3x+4
Last edited by JosephLive93; May 21st 2009 at 02:49 PM.
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Factorise both fractions to get
(x+4)(x-4)/(x-4) X x/3(x+4)
I then simplified to get x/3
change divide into times by flipping the second term
now factor the top of the first term using difference of 2 squares and the bottom of the second term by taking out a common factor
now times the 2 terms together you get
and cancelling out terms
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