None of the graphs that I can see!
6 divided by 11 minus 1 divided by 2 equals?
It is: 9-4 = 5
All the time
÷/÷ = +
x + 1
y = 1. When the degree of your numerator is the same with the degree of your denominator, then y = the ratio of the leading coefficients of the numerator and denominator is the horizontal asymptote.
The answer depends on what the question is!
By factoring I get x-3 divided by x+3
4 squared minus 2 squared equals 12
B squared equals c squared minus a squared then to find B take the square root of you answer for b squared
x - 3
7x + 8
4x + 20
x - 5
x = -2/3,7/6
2b - 1
Anything divided by itself equals one.
It is 1.
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