Hi Prove it,
It's the second combination.
So for the first one would it be x^2 + (1/y)x + (1/y)x + (1/y)^2 or is it x^2 + (1/xy) + (1/xy) + (1/y)^2
???
Hi Prove it,
It's the second combination.
So for the first one would it be x^2 + (1/y)x + (1/y)x + (1/y)^2 or is it x^2 + (1/xy) + (1/xy) + (1/y)^2
???