hello
would u please show us your work,so we can see where you went wrong
I can't do this algebra problem can anyone help please
(a) Write down an expression of the form
__k__ __K^2__
ax+b + cx+d
where a and c are non-zero, and the denominators are distinct
(b) Add up the terms of the previous part of the equation to obtain a single fraction.
I'm spending way too long at this question and i know i'm doing it all wrong
so the answer to (a) and (b) are the same??
(a) Write down an expression of the form
__k__ __K^2__
ax+b + cx+d
where a and c are non-zero, and the denominators are distinct
(b) Add up the terms of the previous part of the equation to obtain a single fraction.