I'm working from an algebra workbook and one of the questions has me stumped. Picture: First one is the correct answer, and the second one is the one I thought it would be. Why am I wrong?
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\hat{\jmath} Originally Posted by JanoD I'm working from an algebra workbook and one of the questions has me stumped. Picture: First one is the correct answer, and the second one is the one I thought it would be. Why am I wrong? Because
Originally Posted by JanoD I'm working from an algebra workbook and one of the questions has me stumped. Picture: First one is the correct answer, and the second one is the one I thought it would be. Why am I wrong? You must use this rule for algebraic substraction
Thanks a load! Wasn't expecting a reply so quickly.