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

Am i missing something ...
2. Not really. You can divide it out if you like. Are you sure it isn't ?
3. Well you can factorise the denominator but you can't do much after that.
4. (Original post by Mr M)
Not really. You can divide it out if you like. Are you sure it isn't ?
The q is
(4t^2 -1)/(2t^2 +11t+5) divided by (6t-3)/(t^2 +5t)
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5. (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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6. In which case you have done it wrong.
7. (Original post by raheem94)
8. (Original post by Mr M)

Corrected my mistake.
9. (Original post by raheem94)

Corrected my mistake.
Attatched my working
10. You turned 2t-1 into 2t+1

and lost a t in the numerator
11. (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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