Sorry, I'm not good with notations, if you can't understand this: the m root of (16^2m + 64^m) /(8^m + 32^m) Here's an image of the equation: The answer, according to the book, is 8, but, unfortunately, it doesn't show the solution. Can you show me why it's 8 please? Thanks a lot!
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I'll get you started, Now factorise..
Originally Posted by a tutor I'll get you started, Now factorise.. Actually, that's where I get stuck. I can't get past that point, but good to know I was on the right track
Last edited by viccal; August 12th 2012 at 02:16 AM.
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