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    hi guys, i got a maths homework due for tomorrow, but have no clue on how to do itplease help. (the pics are attached)the teacher gave us formulas which we were somehow meant to use, written in blackthe questions are written in blue,thanks in advance
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    hi guys, i got a maths homework due for tomorrow, but have no clue on how to do itplease help. (the pics are attached)the teacher gave us formulas which we were somehow meant to use, written in blackthe questions are written in blue,thanks in advance
    Ok for the first one can you take out common factors on both of the fractions? Like the 3a^2+3ab+3b^2 could be written as 3(a^2+ab+b^2).
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    Ok for the first one can you take out common factors on both of the fractions? Like the 3a^2+3ab+3b^2 could be written as 3(a^2+ab+b^2).
    but can u cancel out when its in that form?
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    but can u cancel out when its in that form?
    Yeah because you're dividing it by something that can be factorised as 9(....)
 
 
 
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