Please help me figure out the following problems: 1-4/x^{2}/1-2/x-8/x^{2} and Solve for t: 10-1/2t-1= t/2t-1 Apr 7 | Grace from Miami, FL | 0 Answers | 0 Votes Mark favorite Subscribe Comment Comments I'm sorry, Grace, but I don't understand what you have there. Try reading this and redoing your problem: http://www.purplemath.com/modules/mathtext.htm Apr 7 | Steve S. Thanks Steve. I think I put it together correctly this time. Apr 7 | Grace from Miami, FL Grace, add some parentheses so we know where the numerators and denominators are. Each numerator and denominator should be inside its own set of parentheses. Apr 7 | Steve S. yes unless you separate the terms by a parentheses is not easy to reach a good answer. Sorry Apr 26 | Francisco E. Comment
I'm sorry, Grace, but I don't understand what you have there. Try reading this and redoing your problem: http://www.purplemath.com/modules/mathtext.htm Apr 7 | Steve S.
Grace, add some parentheses so we know where the numerators and denominators are. Each numerator and denominator should be inside its own set of parentheses. Apr 7 | Steve S.
yes unless you separate the terms by a parentheses is not easy to reach a good answer. Sorry Apr 26 | Francisco E.
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