MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# Please helpFor the rational equation, x^2+5x+6/x+3=0, what is a valid value of x? a. -2b.-1c.2d.3

Accepted Solution

A:

The answer for the question shown above is the Option a:

a. -2

The explanation is shown below:

1- You have the following rational equation given in the problem:

(x^2+5x+6/)(x+3)=0

2- When you factor the numerator, you obtain:

(x+3)(x+2)/(x+3)=0

3- Simplifying the equation, you have:

x+2=0

x=-2

a. -2

The explanation is shown below:

1- You have the following rational equation given in the problem:

(x^2+5x+6/)(x+3)=0

2- When you factor the numerator, you obtain:

(x+3)(x+2)/(x+3)=0

3- Simplifying the equation, you have:

x+2=0

x=-2