anonymous
  • anonymous
3(t + 2) + t = 2(3 + 2t)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what the question wants ? find t or prove both sides are the same ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Find T
phantom
  • phantom
t should be then any real number as the equation is an identity, i.e true for all values of t

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phantom
  • phantom
If you are trying to solve in the complex domain, then t can be any complex number too
anonymous
  • anonymous
t=3 3Xt+2= 3X3+2=15 15+t= 15+3=18 = 2X3+2t= 2X3+(2X3)= 2X3+6= 2X9= 18 Before brackets means you times that number by whatever results you get within the bracket. So for the first side of the equation, it's 3 times the bracket. The bracket is t+2 which is 3+2 which results in 5 which times by 3 (the number before the bracket) is 15 and then you take what's after the bracket (in this case +t) which results in 15+3 which is 18. And the same process for the other side which ends you up with 18 as well. c/p from yahoo answer
phantom
  • phantom
check for t=4 ---------- LHS : 3(t+2) +t = 22 RHS: 2(3+2t) = 22 again LOL..thats why I said its an identity !!
anonymous
  • anonymous
yess, its like trying an error. any number that will satisfy both sides of this equations.
Directrix
  • Directrix
If you are trying to solve in the complex domain... ------------------- All Complex Numbers

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