Hi i am having some difficulty in solving the below quadratic equation.
The question asks me to obtain the solution of the following quadratic equation
s2 + 2a b2 s + s2
What i dont undrstand with this question is that i have two values which are squared (s,b)
Hope this makes more sense
Thanks
Richard
Many thanks
R
Richard,
This is an expression, not an equation.
I am still suspect about the way this thing looks. There are no common factor in this expression. It cannot be simplified further.
Are you sure about the middle term being +2abs? Because, if you get rid of the a, you would have this:
which factors into this:
But, I'm guessing here and I don't like to do that.