Method and WIP please ^^ Give answer in the form Where p is a positive interger
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Originally Posted by Mukilab Method and WIP please ^^ Give answer in the form Where p is a positive interger And now it's your turn.
Yes it is. How did you get 8*2\sqrt2? Method for that and from that step how did you get to the two square routes of 2? Method for that too please
Originally Posted by Mukilab Yes it is. How did you get 8*2\sqrt2? Method for that and from that step how did you get to the two square routes of 2? Method for that too please For you need to know that and --------------------------------- The comes about because we can multiply a fraction by 1 and leave it unchanged.
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Yes, but that is not the form requested, Mukilab. Look at Earboth's solution.
But I don't get how this Goes to Wait. Is that even the answer? I'm confused.
Originally Posted by Mukilab But I don't get how this Goes to Wait. Is that even the answer? I'm confused. Earboth has outlined the method - your task is to multiply by
Here's a more obvious way...
Edit: I saw Mr Meade's post. Thank you very much
Originally Posted by Mukilab Method and WIP please ^^ Give answer in the form Where p is a positive interger here is another way to look at it
Originally Posted by bigwave here is another way to look at it Even better, thanks
Or...
Originally Posted by e^(i*pi) you need to know that Precisely
No, that's only one of them.
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