Solve Using substitution. I have no clue if i even did this correctly...Help me please.
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Originally Posted by theloser Solve Using substitution. This should be Now multiply through by A.
So even if the the first factor is not ^2 of the second term, A substitution is still possible?
Originally Posted by theloser So even if the the first factor is not ^2 of the second term, A substitution is still possible? Now thus , back substitute twice.
Originally Posted by theloser Yes, now you know that , what is ?
Not sure since there is already a on one side, how do I square both sides?
Originally Posted by theloser Not sure since there is already a on one side, how do I square both sides? What happens when you square a positive number? What happens when you square a negative number?
Originally Posted by theloser Not even close, sorry. . . Therefore .
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