Simplifying algebraic expressions helpWatch

#1
Took gcse maths in year 10 and now I'm in year 12 I have forgotten quite a bit.

Question is to simplify these as much as possible. (Part of my homework but I just want to know if I'm on the right lines).

Sorry I can't use latex.

maths.doc
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9 years ago
#2
(Original post by Rainbow-Dream)
Took gcse maths in year 10 and now I'm in year 12 I have forgotten quite a bit.

Question is to simplify these as much as possible. (Part of my homework but I just want to know if I'm on the right lines).

Sorry I can't use latex.

maths.doc
Take a look at the first one again, I think you might have just made a typo error?

Take a look at the second one again as well
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#3
(Original post by bigmo7)
Take a look at the first one again, I think you might have just made a typo error?

Take a look at the second one again as well
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9 years ago
#4
(Original post by Rainbow-Dream)
I can't use latex either

For the first question I got
Spoiler:
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a/2b

I think maybe you made a small mistake that's all

For the second question, try to gather all like terms together, i.e q^2 and q and then try to cancel them out...
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#5
(Original post by bigmo7)
I can't use latex either

For the first question I got
Spoiler:
Show
a/2b

I think maybe you made a small mistake that's all

For the second question, try to gather all like terms together, i.e q^2 and q and then try to cancel them out...
thanks. i realise my mistake now.
year 10 gcse maths is slowly coming back to me
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9 years ago
#6
(Original post by Rainbow-Dream)
thanks. i realise my mistake now.
year 10 gcse maths is slowly coming back to me

Did you work out question 2 as well yeah?
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#7
(Original post by bigmo7)
I can't use latex either

For the first question I got
Spoiler:
Show
a/2b

I think maybe you made a small mistake that's all

For the second question, try to gather all like terms together, i.e q^2 and q and then try to cancel them out...
sorry to ask again, but i made a typing error on the second one. the answer i put i think is right but the original fraction i needed to simplify was

12p^2qr^3
_________
9pq^2r

was my answer right for the second one?
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9 years ago
#8
(Original post by Rainbow-Dream)
sorry to ask again, but i made a typing error on the second one. the answer i put i think is right but the original fraction i needed to simplify was

12p^2qr^3
_________
9pq^2r

was my answer right for the second one?
Yeah I believe it is.
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#9
(Original post by bigmo7)
Yeah I believe it is.
thanks
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