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Q: What is b squared plus 5a plus 6 divided by b squared minus 2?

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(a2 + 5a + 6)/(a - 2) = (a + 2)*(a 3)/(a - 2) which cannot be simplified further. It can, however be written as (a2 - 2a + 7a - 14 + 20)/(a - 2) which is (a + 7) + 20/(a - 2)

This is not a difficult factorisation, as it is merely a normal factorisation with "a" stuck on the end of each number. 25a(2) - 20ab + 4b(2) (2b-5a)(2b-5a) This is: 2bx2b=4b(2) 2bx-5a=-10ab (twice) -5ax-5a=25a

5a

2a

The square root of 25a squared is 5a. The square root of 16 is 4.So the answer is (5a+4)(5a-4)

2a-5

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2a+5

a2 + -5a2 - a2 - a = a2 - 5a2 - a2 - a = a2 - 6a2 - a = -5a2 - a

2a + 11a - 5a = 8a

4a2 - 9a + 5 = 4a2 - 4a -5a + 5 = 4a(a - 1) - 5(a - 1) = (4a - 5)(a - 1)

(5a)2 = 25a2

(5a+8) - (2a+4) =3a +4 To do this, simply subtract like terms. 5a-2a=3a and 8-4=4

5a or 4a squared

It is an algabraic expession without knowing whether or not 2b and 3a are plus or minus

5a

2a+5a+9a = 16a

2a + 5a + 3a = 10a

2a + 3a = 5a

5a(2b + 1)

3a4 - 2a2 + 5a - 10 - 2a4 + 4a2 + 5a - 2 = a4 + 2a2 + 10a - 12 = a4 + (2a - 2)(a + 6)

-7a+2a+9 is also -5a+9. -5a+9=24. -5a=15. a=-3.

It is not an equation but an algebraic expression that can be simplified to: 12b-5a