Search
Ask a question
0

help me please i have a test today

 

if i have 1/W4-W3

i can factor out W3(W-1)

but would my W3 be under As + B or Asor As3

1 Answer by Expert Tutors

Tutors, sign in to answer this question.
Kurt T. | Math Tutoring and Test PrepMath Tutoring and Test Prep
4.9 4.9 (122 lesson ratings) (122)
0

Is W^3 part of the denominator?  In other words, is the problem (1 / W^4) - W^3 or 1 / (W^4 - W^3)?