Sherece B.

asked • 04/29/16# How do you solve this

(18n2-9n+1)/(3n-1)

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Kenneth S. answered • 04/29/16

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^{2}-9n+1)/(3n-1) is not a problem that you can SOLVE; solving is reserved for an equation (you find values of the variable that make the equation true).What you have is a "rational algebraic expression"--such things may be

**simplified.**The essence of this is to factor the numerator. Before cancelling any of its factors by an identical factor in the denominator, you ought to note the Domain restriction(s); in this case, n must not be 1/3.Your simplification will lead you to declare that the original expression is equivalent to 6n-1. This is true but the restriction n ≠1/3 still must be kept.

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