Posted by mike on Wednesday, February 4, 2009 at 8:38pm.
write the expression in lowest terms:
y^2+2y8/y^2+5y14
How do u do this problem?

Algebra with calculus  bobpursley, Wednesday, February 4, 2009 at 8:41pm
Glad to see you know calculus.
Factor the numerator, and denominator. There probably will be a common factor that will divide out.

Algebra with calculus  mike, Wednesday, February 4, 2009 at 9:03pm
I asked the question and when i hit submit it hit me, it was a very easy problem!!
Answer This Question
Related Questions
 College Algebra  I need some help with a few problems. They are multiple choice...
 College Algebra  I posed these one's before but added parenthesis which I think...
 College Algebra  I posed these one's before but added parenthesis which I think...
 College Algebra  I need help factoring a problem and cant seem to get it right...
 Calculus, Math word problems.  A closed box is to be made in the shape of a ...
 Math(Please help)  1) An expression that occurs in calculus in given. Reduce ...
 Math(Please help)  1) An expression that occurs in calculus in given. Reduce ...
 Algebra  expression in lowest terms 5(y1)/(y1)(y4) =5/y4
 math, algebra,correction & help  directions are: write each fraction in ...
 Algebra  Reduce the rational expression to lowest terms 3x^29x+6/105x
More Related Questions