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  1. Rohangrr
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    man ! try to wait!

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    |dw:1361537297054:dw|

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    @ParthKohli

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    @nincompoop @AriPotta @amistre64

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    @A.Avinash.Goutham @Kathatesmath94

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    help!

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    n^2 + 1 = 10n; n^4 + 1 = ? the first is a quadritic

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    confused!

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    im ot a mind reader

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    me! oh im confused

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    turn it into a quadratic equation by mulitplying thru by n (or that mightve been an x you drew), they are basic enough to solve

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    n^4 + 1 = ? * n^2

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    :) once you determine a suitable n from the first equation, the second solves itself

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    Yesh!

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    We could actually have written: n^2 + 1 = 10n; n^2 + 1/n^2 = ?

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