I'm having trouble with this. I could swear everything is done right, but then I get to the end and substitute in the values to the original formulas and they don't come out correctly.
Please help =[
I'm having trouble with this. I could swear everything is done right, but then I get to the end and substitute in the values to the original formulas and they don't come out correctly.
Please help =[
haha, what you wrote is kind of confusing.
are your two equations
...............(1) ..........(2)
if so, what you did is overkill. note that is the difference of two squares. so,
Holy tits, you're a genius.
Sorry, yes, they're my two equations.
p(q-1) turns out to be equation 1, which equals 5, so q = (12.5/5)-1, etc, and you're correct!
But, if you don't mind, I'd still like to know what I did wrong originally.
Holy tits, you're a genius.
Sorry, yes, they're my two equations.
p(q-1) turns out to be equation 1, which equals 5, so q = (12.5/5)-1, etc, and you're correct!
But, if you don't mind, I'd still like to know what I did wrong originally.
you made a classic mistake. but of course, it drives math nuts...well, nuts.
you pulled a thing. that is WRONG! and yes, infuriating
Oh yes, that one. I learnt not to make that mistake only a little while ago, but then the fraction threw me off.
Thanks very much. I'll watch out for that one in the future...hopefully.
Oh yes, that one. I learnt not to make that mistake only a little while ago, but then the fraction threw me off.
Thanks very much. I'll watch out for that one in the future...hopefully.
yes, watch out for it. to help you remember, just know that you will be hurting Jhevon if you make that mistake again