When working with rational expressions, restricted values are values of your variable that results in an undefined rational expression. Giv

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When working with rational expressions, restricted values are values of your variable that results in an undefined rational expression. Given the following rational expressions: 2x+4/x^2−x−6 and 2/x−3 Determine whether the rational expressions are equivalent and explain your answer. Determine the values that would make the rational expressions undefined. Are these values the same or different? Explain.

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Mary 2 weeks 2022-01-15T13:51:04+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-01-15T13:52:22+00:00

    Answer:

    See below

    Step-by-step explanation:

    2x+4 / x^2-x-6

    = 2(x+2)/(x-3)(x+2)

    = 2/(x-3)

    So the 2 expressions are equivalent

    The values of x which make the expressions undefined are those values which make the denominators 0

    For 2x+4/ x^2-x-6 they are X=3 and x= -2.

    For 2/x-3 they are x =3.

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