I cant solve this problem. help please thanks oh. the last term has the denominator of xcube - 2xsquared y + 2x ysquared - ycube. hope you guys can answer.
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First thing I would do is to get the thing in the brackets on the RHS over a common denominator and simplifying it out to see what I get. Then I try factorising stuff and cancelling out where possible. How far have you got?
Hello reiward Originally Posted by reiward I cant solve this problem. help please thanks oh. the last term has the denominator of xcube - 2xsquared y + 2x ysquared - ycube. hope you guys can answer. You'll find the following expressions useful: This will enable you to find the LCD of the two fractions in the last bracket; and This will allow you to cancel a common factor once you've turned the 'divided by' fraction 'upside-down'. Grandad
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