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someone told me I can rewrite ''this as this'' *will draw after posting*

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oh.ho..after your correction now it's impossible
the equation i gave was the complete square of 4u^2 + u +1 so.. if you can make it look like that from there?
i still don't get where the 8 and sqrt(15) came to be
the 64 when goes into the suare root sign gives you 8 and the 15 going under the square root sign gives you sqrt(15).
wow i never knew about that move...you can distribute into a squared term by distributing the square root huh wow
i need to take algebra again
yes..you see it comes from the elementary fact that a^2*(b^2) = (ab)^2.
still doesn't explain how some guy told me that answer with 15/64

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