Monday
December 22, 2014

Homework Help: ALGEBRA

Posted by SAMANTHA on Tuesday, March 9, 2010 at 9:06pm.

Can anyone explain this in 50 words why the equation turns out like it does?

-6x-18=-6x+5 0x=23 and can not have zero in the denominator. Division by zero is undefined.

15x+18=15x+18 0x=0 Well, if you take anything times zero the resulting product is zero.

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

Math - ok so i'm kinda sort of confused... I had this for a equation X^2 + 4X - ...
Algebra - The book said to replace the x with a zero. Why are two zero's used in...
Calculus - Ok so I have to find a vertical asymptote with denominator 3x^3-x-1. ...
Math - •Explain in your own words what the meaning of domain is. Also, explain ...
college algebra - find the zero's for the following polynomial and give the ...
Algebra - Divide... 1. x^3+2x^2+x+12/x+3 2. 45a^6b^10/5a^3b^2 Note that x^3+2x^2...
math - thanks for the explanation of limit, but i want someone to help check out...
math- finding zeros - Using the given zero, find all the zeroes and write a ...
pre-calc - If f(x)= x-B/x-A, f(2)=0, and f(1) is undefined, what are the calues...
Pre Calc - I am familiar with this type of problem but can't seem to get the ...

Search
Members