Wednesday

August 20, 2014

August 20, 2014

Posted by **Janice** on Sunday, March 9, 2008 at 12:56am.

m^2 - 9/(m+3)^2

- Algebra -
**drwls**, Sunday, March 9, 2008 at 3:14amDo you mean (m^2-9)/(m+3)^2 ?

If so, you should have had parentheses for the numerator.

That can be written

(m+3)(m-3)/[(m+3)(m+3)]

Cancel out the m+3 terms for a simplified version.

**Related Questions**

Algebra - 1. LCM of 15x^7 and 45x^7 2. Marla can shovel the driveway in 60min ...

algebra 1 - Simplify removing factors of 1 y²-36/6-y

Algebra - How do i simplify 3n^2+3n/6n^2+9 by removing factors of 1

algebra - simplify by removing the factors of 1 p^2-4/(p+2)^2

algebra - simplify by removing the factors of 1 p^2-4/(p+2)^2

algebra - simplify by removing factors of 1 4w-24/6-w

Algebra - 1. Subtract and simplify 18/y-8 - 18/8-y 2. subtract simplify if ...

College algebra - simplify by removing factors of 1 n^2-9/(n+3)^2

algebra - Simplify by removing factors of 1. 9v-81 over 9v

algebra - Simplify by removing factors of 1: 9t^2+9t/36t^2+81t