help: (3/p) - (7/p^2) = 3 + (-7)/p = -4/p

nae

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(3/p) - (7/p^2) = 3 + (-7)/p = -4/p

Is this correct
 

stapel

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nae said:
Is this correct
I don't know. What was the original exercise? What were its instructions? Which part is your answer?

Please be specific. Thank you.

Eliz.
 

Denis

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nae said:
(3/p) - (7/p^2) = 3 + (-7)/p = -4/p
Is this correct
nae, if you were asked to simplify (3/p) - (7/p^2), then that is
seriously incorrect: you need to have a talk with your teacher...
 
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