Is it possible to express f(x)=.sqrt(x^2/4 ) in terms of f(x)= x/2? If yes, what is the relation? If no, why is it not possible? could someone please help me on this question? thanks in advance
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Originally Posted by Keel Is it possible to express f(x)=.sqrt(x^2/4 ) in terms of f(x)= x/2? If yes, what is the relation? If no, why is it not possible? could someone please help me on this question? thanks in advance The equation
Last edited by tedii; September 26th 2009 at 07:06 AM.
so how do i actually respond to the question? is it a "yes to a certain extent" anwser or "no, because you cant express it directly"
Originally Posted by Keel so how do i actually respond to the question? is it a "yes to a certain extent" anwser or "no, because you cant express it directly" The first part of the question is answered "no". The second part of the questions is answered "because ....." (the dots are for you to fill in).
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