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You are still a genius =d
This is the most incredible thing I have read on this forum. So immensely helpful, you are a genius. I had no idea even about such identities, and did not get to that stage alone either. Thank you SO much for taking the time to help me bobby.
Divide both sides by (1-n)
Now you use the identity:
We are done!
Oh my I think we are close.
Yes, that is where I am at. At the latter stage, I really have no idea what to do. I tried working backwards from the eventual solution but I can still not see a link.
Ok thank you, I have now done that. The only next step I can see is to write (nw/P) + (Pi(1-n)/P)=0.
No, do not multiply by the P. Instead split the fraction up like this:
Yes! So we can multiply across to rid the P, but then we need to divide again by P to get the required expressions? So there is no need multiplying across?
Remember that has a zero on the right so it is really:
Yes, I have this!
Hold on you are going to fast. After the multiplication of the two terms you should have:
Yes, sorry again. I do mean multiply.