|Oct16-10, 02:10 AM||#1|
I need to simplify the x equation as far as I can, the y equation is x multiplied by it's conjugate, and the z equation is a failed attempt at further simplification. The last line is me checking which of the 3 (x, y, and z) equations are equal.
Basically, I need to take the y equation, keep not change the y at all, and get the other side simplified as much as I can.
|Oct16-10, 02:19 AM||#2|
Well, first off:
I don't see how "y" is a simplification of "x", or that the corrected "z" would simplify anything.
Stick instead with your "x" formula, and you may rewrite this, if not simplifying, as:
This should also tell you where you went wrong in your "z"-expression.
|Oct16-10, 02:55 AM||#3|
Thanks, that looks better. But uh...
Plug in the numbers I did in my x equation and you get 0.8164965809...
(2/3)^.5 = 0.8164965809...
So somehow my x equation simplifies to just (A/B)^.5
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