sqrt(2)-1 = 1/(sqrt(2)+1) Can someone show me how this is possible?
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Originally Posted by techmath sqrt(2)-1 = 1/(sqrt(2)+1) Can someone show me how this is possible? Multiply by the conjugate:
Originally Posted by techmath sqrt(2)-1 = 1/(sqrt(2)+1) Can someone show me how this is possible? Multiply through by Note that the left hand side is the difference of two squares
Originally Posted by techmath sqrt(2)-1 = 1/(sqrt(2)+1) Can someone show me how this is possible? Note that Does this make sense? EDIT: Grr...I'm too slow today... XD
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