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    Math help!!

    Anyone know how to do this?
    I can't see to get the answer right..

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    Hmm i cant see whats goin on

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    It's all dividing by it's self..
    Can you not see the picture? lol

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    do you have the link to the picture because its tiny

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    http://www.imathas.com/cgi-bin/mimet...7D%7D%7D%7D%7D

    doubt you'll be able to see it as it's on my homework. lol

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    (x-1)
    ----- <division sign
    (x-4)

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    I understand that.. i dont' understand how to do the whole entire problem..

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    Umm okay

    reverse foil the top two lines
    x^2+3x-4 become (x+4)(x-1)
    x^2-7x+12 becomes (x-3)(x-4)

    (x+4)(x-1)
    ----------
    (x-3)(x-4)
    -------------
    x+4
    --------------
    x-3

    now cross out the x-3 and x+4
    and you are left with
    (x-1)
    ----- <division sign
    (x-4

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    Quote Originally Posted by zlolekim View Post
    Umm okay

    reverse foil the top two lines
    x^2+3x-4 become (x+4)(x-1)
    x^2-7x+12 becomes (x-3)(x-4)

    (x+4)(x-1)
    ----------
    (x-3)(x-4)
    -------------
    x+4
    --------------
    x-3

    now cross out the x-3 and x+4
    and you are left with
    (x-1)
    ----- <division sign
    (x-4
    Looks like you don't need my help.

    zlolekmin answer is correct.

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