Once again this is one of these things were it just absolutely confuses me Example I want to factor out a n^2, is this a correct way? I dont believe it is but however, I need to know simple things like this
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Originally Posted by RockHard Once again this is one of these things were it just absolutely confuses me Example I want to factor out a n^2, is this a correct way? ... <<<< OK ...
Is that an OK, as in wth I did? Or as in that is fine? lol or this way Factoring out a n^4 and from the parenthesis because the square root of anything to a power of 4 is just the item squared?
Last edited by RockHard; November 29th 2009 at 12:48 AM.
Originally Posted by RockHard Is that an OK, as in wth I did? Or as in that is fine? lol or this way Factoring out a n^4 and from the parenthesis because the square root of anything to a power of 4 is just the item squared? What you did was OK, the result was OK - and: There may be a lot more ways to do this simplification. So choose that way which you know best!
Could you provide your input of the problem so I can get a view of your method if it differs, it may prove simpler for me to remember and etc...marking as solve anyway though
View Tag Cloud