Why does this equation hold true? I cannot seem to algebraically prove this. thanks for the help in advance.
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Originally Posted by bakerconspiracy Why does this equation hold true? I cannot seem to algebraically prove this. thanks for the help in advance. It only holds true for the values of n such that n^2 = 2^n.
In my homework we have a solution that reduces from where . Can you explain how this happens then? Does it only work for the values you described? Originally Posted by Prove It It only holds true for the values of n such that n^2 = 2^n.
Last edited by bakerconspiracy; Jun 10th 2012 at 11:36 PM.
Originally Posted by bakerconspiracy Why does this equation hold true? I cannot seem to algebraically prove this. thanks for the help in advance. I do apologise, I misread your question. I thought the LHS was , not , and the RHS was , not . Anyway, the best thing to do is to convert them to the same base Q.E.D.
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