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    Expression of an Equation

    Just a quick question. Is it correct to say that: \frac{45 - (2/3)(r^2)}{r} = \frac{45 - 3r^2}{2r}
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    Re: Expression of an Equation

    Quote Originally Posted by GrigOrig99 View Post
    Just a quick question. Is it correct to say that: \frac{45 - (2/3)(r^2)}{r} = \frac{45 - 3r^2}{2r}
    no, more like ...

    \frac{45 - (2/3)(r^2)}{r} \cdot \frac{3}{3} = \frac{135 - 2r^2}{3r}
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    Re: Expression of an Equation

    Ok, ty.
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