K (X) = c/d X^2 + cdv + c/d
Variable is:
a) cd
b) c/d
Anyone who can give me these two answers is truly a sweetheart
So "cd" is one variable, rather than the product of two variables? And "c/d" is one variable, rather than a quotient of two variables?
What are you supposed to do with the original function?
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