In short, no. If you ever got for example, then it would be . But that is not the case.
Hi, can you show me the steps you do to obtain the answer completely? Maybe from there i can understand how things work, cause i just can't seem to comprehend what you guys said, sorry man, i am not advance, seek your understanding
And also, is it true that we can't write capital letters for algebra? only small letters.
Thanks so much for helping!
I realise you think you know how to do this particular question now. However, recognising a difference of two squares should have been the prefered method of solution right from the get-go in my opinion.
and in your case A = m + 1 and B = 3.
Expanding and factorising takes a lot more time, requires more skill and introduces far greater opportunity for error.