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SOLUTION: Divide the following fraction. 6p – 18/ 9p dividing sign 3p – 9/ p^2 + 2p
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Question 77089
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Divide the following fraction.
6p – 18/ 9p dividing sign 3p – 9/ p^2 + 2p
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6p – 18/ 9p dividing sign 3p – 9/ p^2 + 2p
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Remember when you divide fractions, you invert the dividing fraction and multiply:
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Factor out what you can:
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You can cancel 3 into 6; the p's and the (p-3)'s
* (p+2) =