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[tex]\frac{k^2}{k^2-m^2} = 1 + \frac{m^2}{k^2-m^2}[/tex]

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[tex]\frac{k^2}{k^2-m^2} = 1 + \frac{m^2}{k^2-m^2}[/tex]

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[tex]\frac{k^2}{k^2-m^2} = 1 + \frac{m^2}{k^2-m^2}[/tex]

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Try putting the two terms on the RHS over a common denominator....

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Of course! Thanks, Berkeman

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Alternatively, use polynomial division on LHS.

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Anyway, does anybody know perhaps a good site where there are examples of rearranging and solving algebraic equations (and all the tricks that come along with it)? I know all the rules, but I always liked to have some more practise.

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Shame on you Lapidus ! can 'nt you just do the first simple thing, sum the two and find it!

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