Hey guys, here's another one.. I can't believe I don't remember how to do any of this..Thanks. http://oi44.tinypic.com/33dbec4.jpg
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determine in the simplest form and so try to cancel the h in the denominator
Last edited by Amer; December 7th 2011 at 08:50 PM. Reason: fixing f(x)
If then Now go get em!
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Originally Posted by Amer determine in the simplest form and so try to cancel the h in the denominator What you have done is , not ...
Originally Posted by Prove It What you have done is , not ... yeah, thanks for pointing that
Originally Posted by Amer yeah, thanks for pointing that Definitely. Thank you! I think I can figure it out from here
Originally Posted by Amer determine in the simplest form and so try to cancel the h in the denominator Okay.. I'm lost. Somehow I got to: (x^3 + hx^2 + 2x +2h) - ((x^2 +hx)^2 +2x)) / h Am I even on the right track?
What happened to the denominators? Get common denominators: Reduce the numerator. you can pretty much ignore the denominator. Once you cancel that original "h", the rest of the denominator goes to .
Originally Posted by HallsofIvy What happened to the denominators? Get common denominators: Reduce the numerator. you can pretty much ignore the denominator. Once you cancel that original "h", the rest of the denominator goes to . Uhh. Alright. I'm pretty confused on this.. So I ended up with: I think.. I overworked it..
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