Subtraction of Polynomials

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    nycmathguy

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    College Algebra
    Chapter 1/Section 7

    This one is 36.



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    nycmathguy, Aug 6, 2022
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    NO! Once you factor the 3 out of the numerator, you have 3(x^2- 3) which cannot be factored like that.
     
    HallsofIvy, Aug 16, 2022
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    Thanks for pointing out my error.

    Note: I have moved on to another forum. You can find me at mathforums.com. My username there is blueridge.
     
    nycmathguy, Aug 17, 2022
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