Since there aren't that many question I thought I should use the opportunity to ask another question myself.

Seeing these two slides

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I was wondering how they came to the conclusion that x_{1} ^{2} = x _{2} ^{2}.

Reinout

Seeing these two slides

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I was wondering how they came to the conclusion that x

Reinout

reinout-g Mar 27, 2014

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I'm sure I've answered this already! Have a look at: http://web2.0calc.com/questions/can-t-follow-reasoning

Alan Mar 27, 2014

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I'm truely sorry Alan, my wi-fi crashed when I uploaded it so I thought I'd lost it. Strangely enough I couldn't find it by using the search function either.

Thank you for your answer, I hadn't thought of dividing the two equation.

It is really helpful to me

Alan:I'm sure I've answered this already! Have a look at: http://web2.0calc.com/questions/can-t-follow-reasoning

I'm truely sorry Alan, my wi-fi crashed when I uploaded it so I thought I'd lost it. Strangely enough I couldn't find it by using the search function either.

Thank you for your answer, I hadn't thought of dividing the two equation.

It is really helpful to me

reinout-g Mar 27, 2014