Hello, hoping some maths genius on here can help me out! i know that i have to factor the bottom were do i go from here?
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Hi, first you can say that can't be chosen as solutions. Then multiply your equation by , so you get a second order equation you can solve. Edit: first order equation not second...
Last edited by clic-clac; November 6th 2008 at 01:57 PM. Reason: oups
Originally Posted by clic-clac Hi, first you can say that can't be chosen as solutions. Then multiply your equation by , so you get a second order equation you can solve. Okay so I multiplied each term by which gave me than I just solve for x (right?)
is my equation right? cause i keep getting the wrong answer when i solve it!!
Originally Posted by natali.ferno is my equation right? cause i keep getting the wrong answer when i solve it!! Your equation looks fine. What answer did you get? I got
You found , that's correct and becomes . So is your solution (because it's different from and ).
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