Hi, I have a 'different' (not necessarily difficult) algebra problem here. Please help! Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance. BG
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Let the expression be s. s=3 or -2 Rejecting the negative root,
Originally Posted by BG5965 Hi, I have a 'different' (not necessarily difficult) algebra problem here. Please help! Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance. BG Well to simplify things lets suppose that the sum does exist, then Then notice that red part is the "same" as x so you get We reject the negative solution because we are using only the posative square root. so
Hi, the only thing I don't understand is: Originally Posted by TheEmptySet Then notice that red part is the "same" as x Can someone please explain that further? Thanks BG
Originally Posted by BG5965 Hi, I have a 'different' (not necessarily difficult) algebra problem here. Please help! Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance. BG This looks like part of an IB portfolio question. You can discuss the matter with me via pm. Thread closed.
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