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how do you find the perfect square of say
ax^{2} + b/x^{2} + c
??
ax^{2} + b/x^{2} + c
??
You didn't by chance mean (ax^{2} + b)/(x^{2} + c), did you? If so, the lack of parentheses around the numerator and denominator completely confused Mentallic about what you're asking.how do you find the perfect square of say
ax^{2} + b/x^{2} + c
??
That possibility completely skipped my mindYou didn't by chance mean (ax^{2} + b)/(x^{2} + c), did you? If so, the lack of parentheses around the numerator and denominator completely confused Mentallic about what you're asking.
I didn't have any doubts about what the OP is trying to do, just what the expression was meant to be once you raised the point.Mentallic,
Well, I'm about as puzzled by this problem as you must be. The way I read it, the OP just wants to square the original expression, whatever it is.