he should do the ^2 1st and then change the denominator
The student skipped step. I think...
Brackets must be calculated first, thus the power must be done first
He should expand the value in the brackets before multiplying it by the denominators to make them equal.
the person must square first.
Agree with matthew
erm...he was careless when doing the ^2
The person should have done the ^2 first.
He skipped a step as there should be a (3+p)(3+p)/6 + (p-5)(p-5) and he also did the calculations wrongly, thus, the question went wrong from the start.
For the first line, he like did 3x2 instead of 3^2. Same for 2p.
He skipped a step. did not display the necessary steps.
The person did not do the ^2 outside the parenthesis but did the multiplication first.
He must do the ^2 before multiplying it by3
He should do the working in the bracket first before proceeding to make the denominator the same.
The brackets should be counted before the Power
He/She did not show his working
Should be squared
The person did the multiplication before he/she did the '^2'
Brackets first, before changing the denominator.
He should do the ^2 first
The student done the question in the wrong order
The student should also square the p.