Given If , find the real number k such that , y is not 0 . By using the substitution , show that the equation can be transformed into the equation . THanks ..
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Originally Posted by thereddevils Given If , find the real number k such that , y is not 0 . By using the substitution , show that the equation can be transformed into the equation . THanks .. The constant term in is and this has to equal the coefficient of in Hence
Originally Posted by TheAbstractionist The constant term in is and this has to equal the coefficient of in Hence THanks .But i don understand how did u get the constant term ?
has no constant term (the terms are in and Neither does have any constant term. Hence the only constant term besides the comes from and that is -4. As a last resort, you can expand out completely and see what happens.
hi i have the same problem with 3 constants to find Could you please show me how to find them with the same method find a,b and c such : is not 0 nor -1 thanks a lot.
Originally Posted by Raoh hi i have the same problem with 3 constants to find Could you please show me how to find them with the same method find a,b and c such : is not 0 nor -1 thanks a lot. so it is clear
thanks a lot i liked how "TheAbstractionist" answered the first problem,is there any way we can do this one with the same method. thanks again
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