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45=(3^2)*5

112=(2^4)*7

There are no common factors between numerator and denominator, so the fraction is at its simplest. It cannot be simplified further.

Posted on Oct 17, 2013

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45 and 112 are relatively prime so no, it can't be simplified further.

Posted on Oct 17, 2013

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Use the order of operation rules backward until you isolate x

9(x+8) +10-10< 55-10 : subtract

9(x+8) < 45 : simplify

9(x+8)/9 <45/9 :divide

(x+8) <5 :simplify

x+8 <5 : open parentheses (brackets)

x+8-8<5-8 :subtract

x<-3 : simplify

So, your solution set is the set of all real numbers strictly less than -3 or S=]- infinity, -3[

9(x+8) +10-10< 55-10 : subtract

9(x+8) < 45 : simplify

9(x+8)/9 <45/9 :divide

(x+8) <5 :simplify

x+8 <5 : open parentheses (brackets)

x+8-8<5-8 :subtract

x<-3 : simplify

So, your solution set is the set of all real numbers strictly less than -3 or S=]- infinity, -3[

Sep 16, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

When you enter a fraction using the fraction key, the displayed fraction is always reduced (simplified). By hand, you look for common factors in the numerator and denominator then simplify by them. Keep looking for common factors and simplifying until there are no more common factors.

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If you enter the ratios using the fraction entry key ( [a b/c] the results will be displayed as fractions. And when the calculator displays fractions they are always in their reduced form.

In general, when you are manipulating fractions ( Pi/2 is no a fraction even if you write it as one) you can try to simplify them by looking for the greatest common factor (GCF) of the numerator and denominator. When you simplify by the GCF the fraction that is left is in its reduced form.

In general, when you are manipulating fractions ( Pi/2 is no a fraction even if you write it as one) you can try to simplify them by looking for the greatest common factor (GCF) of the numerator and denominator. When you simplify by the GCF the fraction that is left is in its reduced form.

Jun 14, 2012 | Casio Office Equipment & Supplies

If you enter the ratios using the fraction entry key ( [a b/c] the
results will be displayed as fractions. And when the calculator
displays fractions they are always in their reduced form.

In general, when you are manipulating fractions ( Pi/2 is no a fraction even if you write it as one) you can try to simplify them by looking for the greatest common factor (GCF) of the numerator and denominator. When you simplify by the GCF the fraction that is left is in its reduced form.

In general, when you are manipulating fractions ( Pi/2 is no a fraction even if you write it as one) you can try to simplify them by looking for the greatest common factor (GCF) of the numerator and denominator. When you simplify by the GCF the fraction that is left is in its reduced form.

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Nov 14, 2011 | Computers & Internet

By fraction I understand that the numerator and denominator are both integers. The way to simplify it by hand is to look for the greatest common divisor of the numerator and denominator and simplify by it.

For example 15/27=(3x5)/(3x9). The greatest common divisor of 15 and 27 is 3. Simplifying by 3, you get 5/9

For example 15/27=(3x5)/(3x9). The greatest common divisor of 15 and 27 is 3. Simplifying by 3, you get 5/9

May 22, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

One way to do this is to simplify it piece by piece. We know 11^23 = 11 * 11 * 11 * 11^20, and we know

that 11 * 11 * 11 = 1331 in to find this modulo 187 we look at 1331/187 which is > 7, so we can take 1331 - 7 * 187

which is 22. So 11^3 mod 187 is 22. we can simplify 11 ^23 = ( 11^3 ) * 7 * 11^2 because we know 11^3 = 22

we can write this as 22 * 7 * 11^2. and 11^2 mod 187 is 121 so now have a number to modulo.

11*7*121 mod 187 = 9317 mod 187 this is 88. Hope this helps you understand simplifying.

that 11 * 11 * 11 = 1331 in to find this modulo 187 we look at 1331/187 which is > 7, so we can take 1331 - 7 * 187

which is 22. So 11^3 mod 187 is 22. we can simplify 11 ^23 = ( 11^3 ) * 7 * 11^2 because we know 11^3 = 22

we can write this as 22 * 7 * 11^2. and 11^2 mod 187 is 121 so now have a number to modulo.

11*7*121 mod 187 = 9317 mod 187 this is 88. Hope this helps you understand simplifying.

Mar 10, 2011 | Cameras

(5x+7)/(x^2+3x+2)

is the simplified answer because you can't break up the polynomials. The polynomials are like groups and you can't break them apart unless the polynomial itself can be simplified like

2x+4

can be simplified to 2(x+2)

so in which case you could simplify the problem down further.

is the simplified answer because you can't break up the polynomials. The polynomials are like groups and you can't break them apart unless the polynomial itself can be simplified like

2x+4

can be simplified to 2(x+2)

so in which case you could simplify the problem down further.

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6x+5(x+9y)+7y

6x+5x+45y+7y <- Distributive property of multiplication

11x+52y < - Simplify

11x+52y - Simplified version

Further learning:

Distributive property of multiplication:

http://www.math.unt.edu/mathlab/emathlab/distributive_property_of_multipl.htm

6x+5x+45y+7y <- Distributive property of multiplication

11x+52y < - Simplify

11x+52y - Simplified version

Further learning:

Distributive property of multiplication:

http://www.math.unt.edu/mathlab/emathlab/distributive_property_of_multipl.htm

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