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**Evan.Kimia** I see. How would i properly divide t by the denominator? I know this is easy, but my algebra is off. I know dividing by t in the sqroot wont really work unless t itself is within a square root, so t= sqroot(t^2), am i right? If thats so, then i can see sqroot(t^2-4t)

turning into (1-4/t), but wouldnt the 1 turn into 1/sqroot(x^2) which would equal 0? I know im wrong, just thinking out loud.

Also, you explained this better than my math teacher today, thanks for everything.