What's Wrong? Q8(a) v3

16 comments:

  1. m+6n / m+n = m+5n / m is not the same.

    Owen here.

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  2. The simplest form is already m+6n/m+n and the n cannot be pulled up as it is a /2 and not + or -

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  3. there is no need to 'simplify' it. it is not correct anyways.

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  4. m+6n/m+n is already the answer.

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  5. You cannot cross multiply the n as the signs in the numerator and denominator is + .

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  6. LOL. I spent 10 minutes on this question and still got it wrong ._. Anyway I think you cant cancel out the similar terms from the numerator and denominator.

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  7. this is an example of 畫蛇添足

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  8. m+6n/m+n is already the simplest form :(

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  9. You cannot "Simplify" it. Because m +6n / m + n is actually m / m+ n + 6n / m+n. It would be wrong.

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  10. You cannot simplify when there is more then one term on either/both the numerator and the denominator

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  11. Cannot cancel the common factors as it is not multiplication, just leave it as m+6n/m+n

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  12. You cannot write 2 or more = signs! Also, m+6n/m+n is the answer, don't need to add more

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  13. m+6n/m+n was already in the simplest form but the person simplified it further wrongly.

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  14. the correct answer cannot be simplified anymore

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  15. You 'simplified' it when there its already in its simplest form.

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