Q: How do you simplify x plus 4 divided by 2?

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No, it cannot be simplified.

You can divide the integers in this case - 4 divided by 2 and 9 divided by 3. You would get 2 over x plus 3 over x. 4/2x + 9/3x = 2/x + 3/x = 5/x

f+4(f-2)

It is: b+4 when simplified

2, because when you simplify 4/8, you get 1/2, which has a 2 just like 2/9.

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No, it cannot be simplified.

2X divided by 4= 2X

You can divide the integers in this case - 4 divided by 2 and 9 divided by 3. You would get 2 over x plus 3 over x. 4/2x + 9/3x = 2/x + 3/x = 5/x

2 and 5. Both 4 and 10 can be divided by 2

f+4(f-2)

Factor it out: (x+2) squared

It is: b+4 when simplified

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2, because when you simplify 4/8, you get 1/2, which has a 2 just like 2/9.

- 12 - 8 / 4 + 6 is - 12 - 2 + 6 [division must be carried out before addition or subtraction. - 12 - 2 + 6 = - 12 + 4 = 8

It is: 2c+8

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