high school algerbra class

posted by .


Could someone help me with this fraction? I have tried to answer it over three days now without any luck. If anyone can help please show the steps,so I can see how you got the answer. Thanks in advance!!!

  • parentheses needed -

    Whenever you post a fraction, you need to insert sufficient parentheses to make sure it is not ambiguous.
    You question may remain unanswered for that reason.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Comment

    I am a freshman in college and this is the first time I have received help over the internet. I have been using this site for a couple of days now and all I have to say is that this site is great! I would like to say thanks to all …
  2. math,help

    can someone show me these steps with the division like 2 --- 1 which would mean half. the following though. so i can see it. Simplify 3 --- + 1 x-5 ----------- 1 - (4)/(x-5) Get least common denominator. For top part, the LCD is x-5. …
  3. Simplfing Fractions

    Three problems I need to know if I am correct or not if not I will place how I got the answer and maybe some one can show me where I messing up aT Simplify 1+2/3 over top 2+1/2 My answer was 2/3 to me it does not seem right If I am …
  4. english

    Hi:)I don't know the term in english but I'll try to explain.Last week i had to teach a class in school.Now i need to write teaching plan.It is supposed to be a table with every detail what has happened in class.You know what i mean?
  5. Algebra

    Solve the system of equations using substitution. x + 4y = -5 3x - 8y = 45 When I tried to solve it, I got x=-17 and y=-3. When I plugged these into the first equation, it didn't work out at all. Could someone please show me the steps …
  6. high school algerbra class

    (2/x^2-4)+(3/x^2)+(x-6+1/x+3) someone please show me how to work this problem with the steps, so I can see if I can get it. This is due tomorrow in class. Thank you.
  7. Calculus

    How do I solve for lim h->0 (((a+h)^2 + 1)/(3(a+h)+7) - ((a^2 + 1)/3a + 7)) and then all divided by h?
  8. math/ algebra 1

    can someone please help me explain how they got this answer and can someone please show me the steps into solving this question?
  9. algebra

    Simplify. Do not use negative exponents in the answer. 12x-2y4 -3xy-7 There should be a line between like a fraction but it did not copy or paste. This is the answer I got 12 x^-2 y^4 = 12y^4/x^2 -3xy^-7 = -3x/y^7 it was wrong. 12x^-2y^4 …
  10. College Algebra

    Hi there. My professor gave my class the practice problems for our final exam. I am a little stumped on a few of them and just need someone to help jog my memory. If you have the time, could you show the steps so I can see where I …

More Similar Questions