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About midwood_trail: I love God, my son, math and solo guitar.

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Comment from student: okay but how do i find the domain

Comment from student: oh yea i get it, thanks a lot!

Comment from student: thank you midwood for helping me with my homework

Comment from student: um what is the degree

Comment from student: Ok thank you

Comment from student: Thank you so much for your help...

Comment from student: Thank you very much!

Comment from student: ok thank you

Comment from student: Thank you for your help

Comment from student: Thank you VERY much :) I got x=285 or x=290 What do you think??

Comment from student: no

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Comment from student: is the answer -4w?

Comment from student: Thank You for taking your time with the queestions!

Comment from student: thank you soo much. I never knew we had to reduce these types of answers.

Comment from student: still need help I think. second answer I came up with is 112. on -11= -4+d I came up with -7 ? 1.6k= -15 I came up with 9.375?

Comment from student: I was able to get that far. I am having trouble determining where to go from there.

Comment from student: thank you

Comment from student: Thanks for helping. I didn't really get this one even though I followed all the steps I was taught. Once again, thank you. Grishma Mehta

Comment from student: i understand setting the equation to zero, but im having trouble with the next step. do i divide or set all the x's to zero

Comment from student: Thanks Midwood, Your answer was ver helpful. I should be able to fiqure out the rest of the problem. Thanks again, I appreciate your help.

Comment from student: Thanks so much, i've got it.

Comment from student: Thank you for your help

Comment from student: Thank you so much for your help!!!!!:)

Comment from student: Thank you! This is so much appreciated!

Comment from student: Thank you for helping me,i really appreciate your time.thankyou

Comment from student: I just wanted to thank you for this answer - my 11 year old is in pre-algebra and he got it wrong on his "master it" - (a weekly sheet that moms are not allowed to help on the first try. We disagreed on the answer and I could not find any problem similar in the 3 books that I have purchased.

Comment from student: Thank you so much. I had no idea where to begin.

Comment from student: midwood_trail; Thank You for being a great help tonight I wood not have figured this out without your help and expertice Thank You very much!!

Comment from student: Thank you

Comment from student: um...sorry but it didnt help cause i didnt get it at all shouldn't there be a solution cause i got something different

Comment from student: thank you, you simplified it for me to understand. thank you again.

Comment from student: i still doN'T know how to ANSWER it!

Comment from student: i still doN'T know how to ANSWER it!

Comment from student: Thanks for that...I see now it was easy, but I just had a blank....appreciate your help

Comment from student: THANKS SO MUCH FOR YOUR HELP!!

Comment from student: y=x+x x=2 and z=7

Comment from student: thank you for helping me with this problem.

Comment from student: Thank you! For helping me with my answer!

Comment from student: thank you so very much I think you are awesome for helping people like this !!!!

Comment from student: thank you so very much I think you are awesome for helping people like this !!!!

Comment from student: Thank you! I really appreciate your help. I will be coming back for help with future problems. Thanks! :)

Comment from student: i am sorry i meant to write the first one that you wrote over there (6/x^2) + 2 = (3/x)

Comment from student: i am sorry i meant to write the first one that you wrote over there (6/x^2) + 2 = (3/x)

Comment from student: i am sorry i meant to write the first one that you wrote over there (6/x^2) + 2 = (3/x)