Trying to solve problem
try to simplify expressions.
I think we have an error in our pre-algebra book. How would you simplify this equation? 12b + -8b + + b. The answer in the book is 41/2b
12b+ -8b + + b How would you simplify this problem? The answer in the back of uour book says: 41/2b I wouls simplify it as:5b What is the correct answer?
Simplified form of expression is it 1/6x or 11/6x
Find the arc length of the curve defined by r(t)=(t, sqrt(6)/2*t^2, t^3), -1<=t<=1. r'(t)=<1, sqrt(6)t, 3t^2> sqrt(1+6t^2+9t^4) But how do I simplify this?
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multiply and simplify (x^2+x-12/x-3)*(x^2-2x-3/x^2+5x+4)
I am simplifying a fraction to lowest terms a^2 -4b^2/a+2b
3n/n^2-49 - 2/3n+21
It's a subtraction fraction
Write yes or no to tell whether the fraction can be simplified if your answe is yes, then simplify.
I need to simplify the follow expression
please give me a right solution for (.3)^3\1 (1\27)^1\4 (9)^1\6 (.81)^2\3 \ (.9)^2\3 (3)^-2\1- (1\3)^-2 (243) ^-1\4
please give me a correct answer.thanks
How to get smallest amount from this math problem? (.3)^3\1 (1\27)^1\4 (9)^1\6 (.81)^2\3 \ (.9)^2\3 (3)^-2\1(1\3) ^-2 (243) ^1\4
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Need simplification for the maths problem
I have homework on multipling monomials and I need help on how to find the pattern to simplify process.
i cand figure this one out
Simplify (x^-5*(y^-6*z^1)^2)/(x^4*y^-1*z^-2) Write your answer with positive exponents only.