Using your answer to part (a) or otherwise, Solve 3 3 ___________ + ____________ = 2 (y-1)^2 2(y-1)^2 PS answer to part a) is 9 so 9 over 4 __ 4
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Originally Posted by osmosis786 Using your answer to part (a) or otherwise, Solve 3 3 ___________ + ____________ = 2 (y-1)^2 2(y-1)^2 PS answer to part a) is 9 so 9 over 4 __ 4 This is $\displaystyle \frac{3}{(y-1)^2}+ \frac{3}{2(y-1)^2}= 2$ Multiply the entire equation by \(2(y- 1)^2\) to get 6+ 3= 4(y-1)^2. Now can you finish that?
hi already did b4 u replied but ty anyway for effort
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