I'm supposed to solve for x by completing the square (Grade 11 math).

I'm just confused on this whole completing squares method. I've been at this one for a couple of hours. Help!

$\displaystyle {1\over{x^3+2}}-{1\over{x^3+3}}={1\over12}$

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- Nov 4th 2008, 06:13 PM #1

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## How exactly do I do this?

I'm supposed to solve for x by completing the square (Grade 11 math).

I'm just confused on this whole completing squares method. I've been at this one for a couple of hours. Help!

$\displaystyle {1\over{x^3+2}}-{1\over{x^3+3}}={1\over12}$

- Nov 4th 2008, 06:22 PM #2

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