''[3]'' = power of 3(n-2)[3] (n-2)[2]x6 (n-2)[12] 8 Do you expand the brackets? and then what?
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Originally Posted by imalouski ''[3]'' = power of 3(n-2)[3] (n-2)[2]x6 (n-2)[12] 8 Pray tell what any of the above means! It makes no sense.
Sorry, but that's what my teacher told us to write down and calculate how they equal N[3] - I'm as confused as you then haha
Originally Posted by imalouski Sorry, but that's what my teacher told us to write down and calculate how they equal N[3] - I'm as confused as you then haha In that only your teacher or someone else in your class can truly help you. Help from anyone is probability useless to you.
Hello, imalouski! Figuring out how all these equal I think it means: Show that these are "somethng cubed". This is the cube of This is the cube of This is the cube of This is the cube of
Would it make any difference if i changed the question to, ''Calculate why it equals N[3]"?
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