theghost22:

math help please

3 weeks ago
theghost22:

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3 weeks ago
lowkey:

Sure (:

3 weeks ago
lowkey:

In order to simplify the numerator, you must find a common factor for the four variables.

3 weeks ago
theghost22:

Ok

3 weeks ago
lowkey:

You should order it by greatest exponent to least. Do you know how to do that?

3 weeks ago
lowkey:

@Shadow

3 weeks ago
theghost22:

I just want to solve this because I ain't got all day

3 weeks ago
lowkey:

And I don't got all day either but I'm taking time out of my busy day to help you, I don't want any attitude

3 weeks ago
theghost22:

I wasn't giving any

3 weeks ago
lowkey:

Ight, then let's continue.

3 weeks ago
lowkey:

Do you know how to order the numerator correctly from greatest exponent to least? If you do, please attempt to do it.

3 weeks ago
theghost22:

No

3 weeks ago
theghost22:

don't but it seems its already in order

3 weeks ago
Shadow:

They are not in order.

3 weeks ago
lowkey:

Nah bro, it actually has to be in order from greatest exponent number. You see how the first number has the exponent of 2 but then it is 3 on the next one?

3 weeks ago
theghost22:

Well, I don't know this I have been on this question for like 2 hours

3 weeks ago
Shadow:

\[x^3 + x + x^2 + 1 + x^4 \] This is not in order. This is: \[x^4 + x^3 + x^2 + x + 1\]

3 weeks ago
lowkey:

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3 weeks ago
theghost22:

@dude

3 weeks ago
lowkey:

Get it? The exponent was not in order

3 weeks ago
lowkey:

Don't at someone hunny I'm trynna help you

3 weeks ago
theghost22:

i gtg

3 weeks ago
lowkey:

Uh huh yeah sure

3 weeks ago
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