I can't figure this operation. here is the question with the answer, I just can't figure, how to get there. I'm not sure how that 2 got on the denominator, if somebody can tell me the steps they used, I would appreciate that. Thx for the help.
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Originally Posted by melvis I can't figure this operation. here is the question with the answer, I just can't figure, how to get there. I'm not sure how that 2 got on the denominator, if somebody can tell me the steps they used, I would appreciate that. Thx for the help. I assume the original function is the is
thx mate
Originally Posted by melvis I can't figure this operation. here is the question with the answer, I just can't figure, how to get there. I'm not sure how that 2 got on the denominator, if somebody can tell me the steps they used, I would appreciate that. Thx for the help. http://screencast.com/t/n2gG1KqR
Originally Posted by melvis I can't figure this operation. here is the question with the answer, I just can't figure, how to get there. I'm not sure how that 2 got on the denominator, if somebody can tell me the steps they used, I would appreciate that. Thx for the help. In order to get rid of the "4" in multiply both numerator and denominator by "4".
View Tag Cloud