Given that a) express b in terms of a b) show that a) having trouble with part 'b';
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Originally Posted by Tweety a) having trouble with part 'b';
Originally Posted by skeeter I dont really understand what you did, aren't you meant to prove that ? Why are you doing ? This is what I have done but it does not fall together! is this right so far? But I am stuck here,
Originally Posted by Tweety I dont really understand what you did, aren't you meant to prove that ? Why are you doing ? This is what I have done but it does not fall together! this step is incorrect ... you cannot "split" the denominator like that. ...
Originally Posted by skeeter ... Okay, so how would I 'carry' on from there? Thanks
Originally Posted by Tweety Okay, so how would I 'carry' on from there? Thanks so ...
Originally Posted by Tweety I dont really understand what you did, aren't you meant to prove that ? Why are you doing ? I started with and showed it was equal to . note that one may start on either side of an equation and work to get the other side.
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