Hi, I have an exam in the next couple of days that I am really not looking forward to. Can anyone explain to me how the 6.8CR is derived in the following sum? I see how we get to 13, but 6.8CR is a mystery to me. Thanks, TK
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Originally Posted by tomjkear Hi, I have an exam in the next couple of days that I am really not looking forward to. Can anyone explain to me how the 6.8CR is derived in the following sum? I see how we get to 13, but 6.8CR is a mystery to me. Thanks, TK Expand the brackets (I'm goin to use . It's easier to type: Collect like terms and you'll get the given result. Probably you missed that
Originally Posted by earboth Expand the brackets (I'm goin to use . It's easier to type: Collect like terms and you'll get the given result. Probably you missed that Thanks, but I still don't understand
Originally Posted by tomjkear Thanks, but I still don't understand FOIL it out. For example: Try that on your other term. -Dan
Originally Posted by tomjkear Thanks, but I still don't understand I would like to help you but you have to describe exactly what you didn't understand.
Originally Posted by earboth Expand the brackets (I'm goin to use . It's easier to type: Collect like terms and you'll get the given result. Probably you missed that Originally Posted by earboth I would like to help you but you have to describe exactly what you didn't understand. It's OK, both your post and the post from the person above have clarified, thanks very much
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