mbarron wrote:You've got some horrible errors there, eg. cross multiplication with brackets doesn't condense that way. etc. etc...
And in true UNISA fashion I will leave you to figure out the rest by yourself.
UNISA: Lifelong Forgetting!
Last Exile wrote:I just did my Maths 1B exam today. Taylor Polynomials, L'Hopitals rule, orthognal vectors, linear transformations, partial deriratives, first order equations, Intermediate Value Theorem, First and Second Derirative principles, convergence intervals.
THAT is math.
Seven Of Four wrote:This is problem with you UniSA boys... math was never a strong point for you, it's why you go to Super Tafe. AU Forever!
Ryan White wrote:Seven Of Four wrote:This is problem with you UniSA boys... math was never a strong point for you, it's why you go to Super Tafe. AU Forever!
Umm, it seems that math isn't your strong point either. You used (a-b) in your proof when you had already established that a=b. Therefore (a-b)=0 and as you can't times by 0 and therefore can't use it in your proof, you fail.