Q: How do you simplify -8- -3?

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it depends on what surd you have. Take root 72 for example, to simplify this, divide by a factor of 72, in this case 8, so that you are left with root 8 times by root 9. The root 9 can be simplified to just 3, and you will be left with 3 root 8 as your simplified answer

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(3x - 30)(x + 8) can also simplify to 3(x - 10)(x + 8)

14 to 8 14/8 = (14 ÷ 2)/(8 ÷ 2) = 7/4 = 1 3/4

factor the perfect square simplify the perfect root factor out the perfect cube simplify the perfect root √32 = √16 = √8◦2 = 4√2 move 8 out and simplify it to a perfect square

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3/8 is simplified, there are no common denominators to further simplify. 3/8= 0.375

no. you can not.

64/24 = (8*8)/(8*3) = 8/3

To simplify fractions, divide them by their greatest common factor:the GCF of 8 & 24 = 8To simplify 8/24:8 ÷ 8 =124÷8 = 3therefore 8/24 = 1/3 in its simplest form

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3/4

8/24 = 1/3

3/8

6/8=3/4

you just solve it for ex: -8--3to simplify it you would first make the problem in addition now since you know two negatives make a possotive so it would be -8 + 3 that's how to simplify , but if the question also asks to solve then the answer would be -5 because -8 + 3 is -5-8--3-8+3= -5

8/3 as an improper fraction is already in its simplest form

3 + x = 8 x = 5