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Intermediate Algebra Simplify

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1/a + 1/c / a^2 - c^2 / ac

I am kinda lost on this one.

I have to simplify.

any help?

  • Intermediate Algebra Simplify - ,

    Jennifer, the reason you are getting a reply is that your post is confusing.

    in the part < 1/c / a^2 > did you mean that to be triple-decker fraction?

    Where is the primary division?

    e.g. If I say 3/4/5 does it mean

    3/4 ÷ 5 = (3/4)*(1/5) = 3/20 OR
    3 ÷ (4/5) = 3*(5/4) = 15/4 , a different answer.

    PLease clarify

  • Intermediate Algebra Simplify - ,

    yes it is a triple decker fraction

    1/a + 1/c divided by

    a^2 - c^2 divided by

    ac

    I need to simplify and I am stuck

  • Intermediate Algebra Simplify - ,

    2x(4x negative6x^2y)

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