anonymous
  • anonymous
can someone explain to me how b sqrt t+(a+bt)/2 sqrt t equates to a+3bt/2 sqrt t
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katieb
  • katieb
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vijay
  • vijay
hey, can u write question again with the brackets ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
can some explain to me how [b sqrt t+(a+bt)]/[2 sqrt t] equate to or simplifies to [a+3bt]/[2 sqrt t]
vijay
  • vijay
your question is wrong, plz check again ?

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vijay
  • vijay
is that your question ? \[[b \sqrt{t}+(a+bt)/2\sqrt{t}] = [a+3bt]/2\sqrt{t}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes the first part is the answer but the second part is what it is reduced to which is supposed to be the final answer but i dont understnd how the second part is the final answer
vijay
  • vijay
actually the right hand side is wrong, that is not equal to left hand side.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok

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