I love that kind of problems!!! Just give me a couple of minutes for TRYING to solve it...
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Originally posted by Samuelgotta prove they are equal, dont know how though
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Originally posted by Samuelok well give this a try (1+a/b)/(1a/b) = (b+a)/(ba)
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Originally posted by AdventureOh no I hate this kind of math. Sorry I pass, but how important is it to solve? Hope Mystery got any success. Go Girl!
@Lilli, good to see you too!Going on a trip around the universe on a convertible
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Going on a trip around the universe on a convertible
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It is not that easy on the forums, because it is hard to write algebra on it
But well, first you have to multiply by both denominators, so you get
(ba) x (1+a/b) = (b+a) x (1a/b)
then solve the equations:
b+ab/baa^2/b = bab/b+aa^2/b
next step is to reduce the fractions (e.g. ab/b=a)
So you get:
b+aaa^2/b = ba+aa^2/b
Or shorter:
ba^2/b=ba^2/b
Hope it's more or less clear (and I didn't make a typo), otherwise ask.
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Originally posted by LilliputtUhm... Mistery, you do know you have that REVENGE thing to think of....
Yes, this will follow soon
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