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**jarudo** Hi, I've got a level curve

T(x,y) = 2x - y / x^2 + y^2

at T = 0

If i put T in i get

0 = 2x - y / x^2 + y^2

So what i did at first was multiply out the bottom to get

0 = 2x - y

y=2x Mr F says: Good.

But then i thought of inversing it first before i multiplied out so i got Mr F thinks: Uh oh. Nothing good ever comes from a "But then I thought ...."

0 = x^2 + y^2 / 2x - y Mr F says: Yep, I was right.

This is utter rubbish. How can you possibly take the reciprocal of the left hand side of 0 = 2x - y / x^2 + y^2 and get zero!!! You should know better - isn't this a 2nd year university level mathematics subject you're enrolled in.

x^2 + y^2 = 0

which one is right? am i allowed to inverse it first?

whats goin owwwnnnn?!