when the author factors out they leave the term the same resulting in the answer
...doesn't this term need to be "broken up" like all of the other terms once its factored?
Many Thanks
Last edited by allyourbass2212; July 1st 2009 at 03:52 PM.
I.
a.Where is the +1 coming from? b.I am assuming they are using the coefficient from c.If this is correct then why does the +1 get grouped within resulting in , rather staying on the outside of the brackets? e.g.
II.
And if thats the case why are they not using a +1 in the second term as well?
when the author factors out they leave the term the same resulting in the answer
...doesn't this term need to be "broken up" like all of the other terms once its factored?
when the author factors out they leave the term the same resulting in the answer
...doesn't this term need to be "broken up" like all of the other terms once its factored?
Many Thanks
let
factor out ...
back substitute for ...
note that it is permissible to stop here, or one can expand the binomial product in the brackets and combine the resulting constant terms ...