I'm doing some algebraic mistake because I think my method is right. The question is to find the gradient of My attempt for the question is. But the answer on the book is different.
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Originally Posted by want2math I'm doing some algebraic mistake because I think my method is right. The question is to find the gradient of My attempt for the question is. <<<<<< I'll take this term. But the answer on the book is different. Cancel the common factor.
Originally Posted by want2math I'm doing some algebraic mistake because I think my method is right. The question is to find the gradient of My attempt for the question is. You are correct up to here. Now factorise: Cancel out the common factor: .
Originally Posted by Prove It You are correct up to here. Now factorise: Cancel out the common factor: . Awesome, thanks to both of you.
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