Not sure where to start with this one (Make b the subject of the formula) How do I begin please? I can't see how to square everything at all this time, not even incorrectly.
Last edited by Meggomumsie; September 27th 2009 at 08:15 AM. Reason: Forgot to identify the new subject for the formula
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Originally Posted by Meggomumsie Not sure where to start with this one (Make b the subject of the formula) How do I begin please? I can't see how to square everything at all this time, not even incorrectly. .
Originally Posted by Prove It . ...
Originally Posted by skeeter ... Of course... I didn't want to give EVERYTHING away
Originally Posted by skeeter ... and since the negative solution can be discarded unless the OP is including the complex numbers
Thanks for your answer I understand what you have done, but I don't understand how we get from to Can you explain please?
Originally Posted by e^(i*pi) correction ... or hence the need for the
Originally Posted by Meggomumsie Thanks for your answer I understand what you have done, but I don't understand how we get from to Can you explain please?
Originally Posted by Meggomumsie Thanks for your answer I understand what you have done, but I don't understand how we get from to Can you explain please? Using a basic index law We have .
Originally Posted by skeeter correction ... or hence the need for the How could I forget that
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