Simplifying Rational Expressions
posted by mike .
Alright I believe i got it right this tim(They should be typred out correctly).Can someone solve these for me
1.(4x12)/4x
2.(d+7)/(d^249)
3.(t^2)25/(t^2+t20)
4.(2x^2+6x+4)/(4x^212x16)
5.(6y)/(y^22y24)
We do not do your work for you.
Find the factors for the numerator and denomintor to find those that will cancel each other out. For example,
(t^2)25/(t^2+t20) = (t+5)(t5)/(t+5)(t4)
I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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