In a book I am reading I have: which gets transformed to: How is that possible? Can someone please explain how that works? Angus
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Let Top and bottom Cos theta's cancel out leaving you with the answer
Originally Posted by BobBali Let Top and bottom Cos theta's cancel out <--- No! you can't cancel summands! leaving you with the answer If you want to cancel a factor you have to factor denominator and numerator:
Hello, angypangy! . . It is not possible. The choices are obvious: . . you misread the statement, . . the book has a typo, . . or the author is a fulldecker. Someone cancelled illegally: .
Yeah, maybe there's a typo. I am sure the author meant to say:
Originally Posted by sbhatnagar Yeah, maybe there's a typo. I am sure the author meant to say: Sorry all, sbhatnager is correct, yes I meant to say Angus
Originally Posted by BobBali Let Top and bottom Cos theta's cancel out leaving you with the answer what is the point in your assumption ??
Originally Posted by angypangy Sorry all, sbhatnager is correct, yes I meant to say Angus Multiply the fraction by : Put Put
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