You made need to use some brackets so these problems make a bit more sense.
So i transferred schools and i was in algebra 2 last year, now im in precal and the school is a lot more difficult and there are some things i havent covered.
Can u give me the steps on how u did it?because if i dont learn anything itll be useless
how do i find the domain of 4x^3+3 when x greater than or equal to 0, and the domain of x+1 over 2x+1
also how do i simplify this? 4(3-x) / x-3
and another x+13/x^3(3-x) * x(x-3)/5
can i simplify this? x^2-36/6-x im at (x+6)(x+6)/6-x can i simplify it any further?
last one: simplify the complex fraction x-4 / x/4-4/x (writing it down on paper would make it more clear with the / as fraction)
Simplify: 4(3-x) / x-3
(I don't know if this is correct or not)
Suppose that it is an equation, with an equals:
It has lost some data when it is simplified to -4, because x cannot be 3.
Is the second simplify question:
And the forth one: