Solve the following rational equation algebraically. x^2/2 = x/(x-1) Determine the point(s) of intersection of the following rational function... f(x)= (2x+3) / x Thanks.
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Originally Posted by johett Solve the following rational equation algebraically. x^2/2 = x/(x-1) Determine the point(s) of intersection of the following rational function... f(x)= (2x+3) / x Thanks. ; Keep in mind x can equal zero!
Last edited by colby2152; Jan 2nd 2008 at 11:58 AM.
Originally Posted by colby2152 Careful with this step. satisfies the original equation too.
Originally Posted by colby2152 Iso: NO, NO!!If you carelessly divide you will miss x=0 solution!! Apart from that everything else is perfect
Originally Posted by Krizalid Careful with this step. satisfies the original equation too. Yeah, the guys caught me going too fast. Even a seasoned vet will make mistakes if the work becomes too sloppy!
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