1-(X+h) - 1-X 2+(X-H) 2-X
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Originally Posted by zbest1966 1-(X+h) - 1-X 2+(X-H) 2-X First of all, are you using h and H to represent the same thing? If so, be consistent, either use all "h" or all "H".
Next, is this your expression? ?
Learning a little LaTeX would help everyone...
[1-(x-h)](2-x) - (1-x)[2+(x+h)]
my ans is x^-5
Originally Posted by zbest1966 [1-(x-h)](2-x) - (1-x)[2+(x+h)]
2+(x+h) 2+x How did all the terms in the denominator become positive? And how did you get
Originally Posted by zbest1966 1-(X+h) - 1-X 2+(X-H) 2-X you keep changing signs in subsequent posts ... I get the feeling that this original expression has more than one sign typo.
is this what you originally meant ???
if not, fix it so that maybe someone can provide you with meaningful guidance.
Yes thats the orginal problem
Originally Posted by zbest1966 Yes thats the orginal problem The work you showed in your last post is a good first step. Just keep going...
Are you able to do the multiplication?
i did that my ans 2x^2(x-1) (2+x+h)(2+x)
Originally Posted by zbest1966 i did that my ans 2x^2(x-1) (2+x+h)(2+x) That's not what I'm getting. It would be helpful if you showed the actual work you did to get that answer...
Now combine like terms.
Thank you, that was a killer
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