Simplifying Rational Expressions
posted by mike .
Can someone slove these for me
1.(4x12)/4x
2.(d+7)/(d^249 )
3.(t^225)/(t^2+t20)
4.(2x^2+6x+4)/(4x^212x16)
5.(6y)/*y^22y24)
all you have to do is reduce like #1
4x12
______
4x
cross out the 4x b/c it's on the top and bottom which leaves just 12 on the top
You can't do that!!!
That is like saying (4 + 5)/4 = 5
(4x12)/(4x)
= 4(x3)/(4x)
= (x3)/x
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