You are here:

Algebra/Algebra 1

Advertisement


Question
I sure could use your help. I'm stuck!!

Divide:
a. 9x^2+6x+1/x+1
Thanks

Answer
Doing division gives us 9x as the 1st element.
Multiplying x+1 by 9x gives 9x+9x.
Subtracting this from 9x+6x+1 gives -3x+1.

Dividing -3x+1 by x+1 gives -3.
Multiplying x+1 by -3 gives -3x-3.
Subtracting this from -3x+1 gives 4.

This means the answer is 9x - 3  +  4/(x+1).

Algebra

All Answers


Answers by Expert:


Ask Experts

Volunteer


Scott A Wilson

Expertise

Any algebraic question you've got. That includes question that are linear, quadratic, exponential, etc.

Experience

I have solved story problems, linear equations, parabolic equations. I have also solved some 3rd order equations and equations with multiple variables.

Publications
Documents at Boeing in assistance on the manufacturiing floor.

Education/Credentials
MS at math OSU in mathematics at OSU, 1986. BS at OSU in mathematical sciences (math, statistics, computer science), 1984.

Awards and Honors
Both my BS and MS degrees were given with honors.

Past/Present Clients
Students in a wide variety of areas since the 80's; over 1,000 of them have been in algebra.

©2016 About.com. All rights reserved.