# Help in need! : Rational functions problem

by BuffaloSoulja
Tags: functions, rational
 P: 30 Another way of doing it is to find where f(t) and g(t) intersect and then evaluate the equations at values a little bit off those intersection points to find which one is higher So i suggest you solve: $$\frac{40t}{(t^2+1)}$$ = $$\frac{45t}{(t^2+8t+7)}$$ Step one should be multiplying both sides by $$(t^2+8t+7)$$ and $$(t^2+1)$$