simple math
posted by Anonymous .
(y29)/4y times 12/3y+9 does it equal
y3
No, it is not y3
[(y29)/4y] * 12/(3y+9)
=(1/4)(y+3)(y3)(1/y)*(1/3)*[4/(y+3)]
=(y3)/(3y)
thank you
but that wasn't an answer choice. (y3)/y was an answer choice though
Sorry, I made an algebra error factoring the "12"
=(1/4)(y+3)(y3)(1/y)*(1/3)*[3*4/(y+3)]
=(y3)/y
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