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April 16, 2014

Posted by **chrissy** on Thursday, August 2, 2007 at 5:08pm.

x a+2

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4a-6 <-ok why does 4a plus

2a^2-3a <3b = a??

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2a^2+a-6

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Algebra help needed here.

Your notation makes no sense.

The first two algebraic terms are no equations or inequalities, so they don't help define or solve for anything.

4a-6 <-ok makes no sense mathematically

What does the ------ mean? Are you trying to write fractions?

Perhaps factoring

2a^2-3a = a (2a - 3) and

2a^2+a-6 = (a + 2)(2a -3)

will help. The 2a - 3 terms might cancel, if you are trying to write a fraction.

OK MAYBE THIS WAY? (a+2)(2a-3)

im suppoed to multiply that. I understand everything except why does 4a-3a= a?

heip on algabra

Please click Post a New Question and ask your algebra question.

4 - 3 = 1

4a - 3a = 1a

4a - 3a = a

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