how's this? thanks. y^3-gy+5 y^3-3y-2 and x^5+y^5 x+y If you can show the solution, better. THANKS!
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Originally Posted by ellenbaggao x^5+y^5 x+y If you can show the solution, better. THANKS! You could have simply tried long division But I am going to try a different approach... Where . You know the geometric progression formula, Thus, now we can substitute : So:
Hello, ellenbaggao! . . . . What is that ? Factor: . Reduce: .
y^3-6y+5 y^3-3y-2 thanks.
Originally Posted by ellenbaggao y^3-6y+5 y^3-3y-2 thanks. note Hence
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