How would you write this in LaTex sqrt [1+(x\ sqrt 1- x^{2})^{2}] this was my ans 1/1+x^{2 }the book was 1\sqrt 1+x^{2}
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I'm just guessing ... $\displaystyle \sqrt{1+(x\sqrt{1-x^2})^2}$ ???
Yes how did you write that. What was your ANSWER
Originally Posted by zbest1966 Yes how did you write that. What was your ANSWER quote my message and you'll see the Latex what do you mean by an "answer" ??? English is not your primary language, is it?
(LOL) I try latex but my was wrong. t this was my ans 1/1+x2 the book was 1\sqrt 1+x2
why are you using a backward slash \ ??? the forward slash / is used for division, not \ is the book's simplification $\displaystyle \frac{1}{\sqrt{1+x^2}}$ ?
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