I know I have to make or something along those lines.
But I have no idea what to do next :(
Find the value of A, B, C if
So I expand the first one...
With this I know that A = 2 B = -4 but I can't figure out C. I get -2 but it's wrong. What did I do wrong?
a) You actually let so that you get a quadratic equation in
Solve it for , then solve for .
b) and you know . Solve for . I think you'll also find that , not .
Oh I thought meant ... I think it would be better to use \cdot to avoid confusion, as in .
Or brackets, i.e. .
Originally Posted by undefined
ok, I get it now!
Here is another (sorry I'm trying to pick this up myself with only the textbook and I'm trying my best :( )
Find the value of A,B,C if
I'm so sure what to do next so I group the terms into groups?
I'm pretty sure this is incorrect. Could someone help me out (not necessarily give me the answer)
Thanks for all the help!!!!
Thanks!! I finally get it!!!
I appreciate your help so much!! Thanks!!!!!!!!