or what is the ans and why?
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Originally Posted by stupidguy or what is the ans and why? (In ) is defined nonnegative. In other words, , not . Thus
x^2=4y, x=?
Originally Posted by stupidguy x^2=4y, x=? Same thing.
if then
Last edited by grgrsanjay; Sep 5th 2010 at 05:55 AM.
Originally Posted by grgrsanjay if then you are confusing me!! wat u mean?
Originally Posted by grgrsanjay this is solution for your actual question if then if this is your question .
Last edited by grgrsanjay; Sep 5th 2010 at 05:53 AM.
Originally Posted by grgrsanjay then I also don't know what you mean. The statement " " is only true if y = 1.
i mean y^2 sorry
Originally Posted by grgrsanjay i mean y^2 sorry But the statement " " is still not generally true. It should be
Originally Posted by undefined But the statement " " is still not generally true. It should be Why?
Originally Posted by stupidguy Why? Think about when y is negative.
Originally Posted by stupidguy Why? because is by the definition
if y is negative so be it.
Originally Posted by yeKciM because is by the definition Are you sure? Can someone verify? the absolute sign seems superfluous.
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