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    Hi can u simplify 2t+1/ 6t-3??

    Am i missing something ...
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    Not really. You can divide it out if you like. Are you sure it isn't \frac{2t+1}{6t+3} ?
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    Well you can factorise the denominator but you can't do much after that.
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    (Original post by Mr M)
    Not really. You can divide it out if you like. Are you sure it isn't \frac{2t+1}{6t+3} ?
    The q is
    (4t^2 -1)/(2t^2 +11t+5) divided by (6t-3)/(t^2 +5t)
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    (Original post by Smiley Face :))
    The q is
    (4t^2 -1)/(2t^2 +11t+5) divided by (6t-3)/(t^2 +5t)
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    I get the answer as  \dfrac{t}3 , show your working.
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    In which case you have done it wrong.
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    (Original post by raheem94)
    I get the answer as  \dfrac{t}3 , show your working.
    Edit: You amended your answer!!
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    (Original post by Mr M)
    Edit: You amended your answer!!
    :yep:

    Corrected my mistake.
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    (Original post by raheem94)
    :yep:

    Corrected my mistake.
    Attatched my working
    The answer is t/ 3
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    You turned 2t-1 into 2t+1

    and lost a t in the numerator
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    (Original post by TenOfThem)
    You turned 2t-1 into 2t+1

    and lost a t in the numerator
    another sloppy mistake made by me!

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