# Algebra

Divide this rational expression and polynomial

(12x^2 + 9x-7)/(3x)

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1. (12x^2 + 9x-7)/(3x)

= 4x + 3 -7/3x

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posted by Kuai
2. Thank you but can you put it in "factor form" or show how you got the answer?

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3. 12x^2/3x + 9x/3x -73x
(4x *3x)/3x + (3* 3x)/3x -7/3x

4x + 3 -7/3x

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4. Thanks much -- this help me learn.

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