# Jordan

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 1d awarded Notable Question 2d comment Completing the square with simple polysThank you, it does. 2d comment Completing the square with simple polysI missed the part where you knew how to subtract 3/4s. 2d accepted Completing the square with simple polys 2d comment Completing the square with simple polysThank you but that seems very intensive and complex, is there not an easier way to do these? I am just trying to briefly study some algebra before I study calculus before i study calculus 2. 2d comment Completing the square with simple polysI am kind of lost as to where to start on this. 2d comment Completing the square with simple polysI recognize it as a difference of squares but I don't understand how to transform this problem into it. 2d comment Completing the square with simple polysI lost you at "Note that" that is very confusing and complex, do I need to memorize that or just know that it works? 2d asked Completing the square with simple polys 2d awarded Citizen Patrol 2d accepted Rationalizing quotients 2d comment Rationalizing quotientsOh I got it, I forgot that trick. Thanks. 2d comment Simplifying fractions with fractionsIt would have worked if it was $\frac{1}{y-x}$ right? 2d asked Rationalizing quotients 2d comment Simplifying fractions with fractionsI don't follow, I never put a 1 ontop. 2d asked Simplifying fractions with fractions 2d comment Factoring third degree polynomials using long divisionI don't really follow the first two things you did, it doesn't look correct and I can't make sense of it. If you factor out terms from two different sets you can just rearrange them in any order? 2d accepted Factoring third degree polynomials using long division May18 asked Factoring third degree polynomials using long division May18 comment Cubing a simple thingI have never seen that, seems like it would get very complicated with powers over 3 though.