The notation in equation 3 was a little confusing, but no matter. It's clear what you meant.
Note:
Here we have a = 2x and b = 1 - 2x. Can you finish now?
-Dan
Ya beat me fkf!
Yes, thanks a lot. But I'm wondering, this was an example of one number inside of a radical being multiplied by two numbers in another radical. However, what if there were two numbers in one radical being multiplied by two in another (and similar patterns)?
Yes, thanks a lot. But I'm wondering, this was an example of one number inside of a radical being multiplied by two numbers in another radical. However, what if there were two numbers in one radical being multiplied by two in another (and similar patterns)?
If I am reading this correctly you are looking for .
It's similar to the equation I posted earlier. Just let a = cd and b = ed.
If I am wrong about what you are asking, please let us know.