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Integrating fractionsThe question is: Aloha Nui means Goodbye. #2 20060113 21:28:49
Re: Integrating fractionsI'll make a somewhat wild guess Last edited by rickyoswaldiow (20060113 21:34:08) Aloha Nui means Goodbye. #3 20060113 21:55:07
Re: Integrating fractions∫dy/dx = ∫2x^2  x/2 Last edited by rickyoswaldiow (20060113 21:59:33) Aloha Nui means Goodbye. #5 20060113 22:46:48
Re: Integrating fractionssame answer Last edited by rickyoswaldiow (20060113 22:47:26) Aloha Nui means Goodbye. #6 20060114 00:30:19
Re: Integrating fractions3/(4x^5) = 12x^5 Aloha Nui means Goodbye. #7 20060114 00:39:15
Re: Integrating fractionsBad algebra. It's not (4x)^5, it's 4 (x)^5. Last edited by Ricky (20060114 00:40:58) "In the real world, this would be a problem. But in mathematics, we can just define a place where this problem doesn't exist. So we'll go ahead and do that now..." #8 20060114 00:46:41
Re: Integrating fractionsSince I did my GCSE mathematics at a state school about 3 years ago (I skieved off or was stoned all the time), I remember nothing of it. Starting at Advanced GCSE level now means there's a lot that I'm expected to know that I don't Aloha Nui means Goodbye. 