I understand how they did everything except the last step, from 1/(-s/(s+1)^2) to -(s+1)^2/s Could someone clarify? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Evan.Kimia I understand how they did everything except the last step, from 1/(-s/(s+1)^2) to -(s+1)^2/s Could someone clarify? Thanks. Well... Using the fact that That is, dividing a term by x is like multiplying it by . In this example, our x is and so our 1/x is
Originally Posted by Evan.Kimia I understand how they did everything except the last step, from 1/(-s/(s+1)^2) to -(s+1)^2/s Could someone clarify? Thanks. remember how to divide by a fraction?
Thats what i thought, i wanted to be certain. Thanks!
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