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I tried this with no luck... tried multiplying out by the conjugates and then LCD's, but nothing...
Originally Posted by viciouspoultry Now this is equal to Factorise: After some simple calculations we have and we happily get as required
Hello, viciouspoultry! Thought I'd try this one head-on . . . On the left, multiply the second fraction by . . Multiply by Factor and reduce: . Then we have: .
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