If I try this question in different ways I get a different answer: For positive , Find the numerical value of (Using the fact that ), Solution 1: Solution 2:
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Nope, it works for all k, supposedly.
Originally Posted by topsquark Where did you get this identity from? It is not true for all k: is only valid for k = 0. -Dan actually, it is true otherwise. did you try other values for k?
Ooops, look how I canceled the x's in the first solution. Happens way to much.
And if (2y +x)/x = x/y Then (2y +x) is not equal to y.
Originally Posted by DivideBy0 For positive , Find the numerical value of Take the equations like so: and (The third equation is implied by these two.) The first one says: and the second says Now define and and you get the system: and You are after the value of a. -Dan
thanks, lol Interesting approach @ topsquark geeze, you guys are replying so faast today
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