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Yes, but the "a" cannot be removed.
I'm a bit late here, but I agree with everyone else.
No offence intended. I play online FPS games and my language in that would get me banned in a flash here. You **...
Yes, wildrocky, yes.
Very funny. First krassi_holmz becomes crazy holmes, finally, grassy homes. I really hope krassi_holmz doesn't take offence at that. Maybe, rickyoswaldiow is just being funny. But a word of caution to rickyoswaldiow. People don't like their names (or usernames) spelt or pronouned wrongly.
appologise, grassy homes.
Actually it was BAD, but I'll forgive you if you promise that you will
I've just read this "crazy holmes" thing.
yeah, maybe you're right.
I think the book's answer isn't correct. We can't eliminate a.
Sounds like a job for Crazy Holmes
well the answer is
I'd start with x/x^2, firstly I'd "reciprocal" which basically means you take the value with the power (x^2) and move it to the top, when you do this you MUST change the sign of the power:
Maybe someone could simplify this?
Thankyou, I was drunk