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Hello everyone.

I am Jeremy and I hail from Trinidad. I am in my mid thirtys and currently a network administrator for a shipping firm (import/exports).

After passing through one hell of a divorce I decided to pursue my degree in Physics. I was a math geek back in seconday school and had a knack for Physics so getting this degree should prove to rekindle an old flame.

The first step in this long journey is to get 3 A levels (University of Cambridge Advance Levels). The three A levels I have to get are as follows: Mathematics, Physics and Futher Mathematics. I am now self studying the first two.

I need your help to enable me achieve my goal. I can do most of the work myself but there are some things that escape my understanding. Thus, whatever input you guys can give me is well appreciated.

(This is an A level question; I did not know weather I should have placed this post in the College section or if A levels and grade 12 are at the same skill level- please forgive me if I posted this in the wrong place)

Here is a problem that I couldn't figure out:

Provided that x is real, prove that the function [2(3x+1)]/[3(A-9)]

can take all real values. (A = x squared)

Again, thank you for your help and support.

Jeremy

Oh yeah I have 10 gmail invites to give away. Just ask and I will email it to you.

I am Jeremy and I hail from Trinidad. I am in my mid thirtys and currently a network administrator for a shipping firm (import/exports).

After passing through one hell of a divorce I decided to pursue my degree in Physics. I was a math geek back in seconday school and had a knack for Physics so getting this degree should prove to rekindle an old flame.

The first step in this long journey is to get 3 A levels (University of Cambridge Advance Levels). The three A levels I have to get are as follows: Mathematics, Physics and Futher Mathematics. I am now self studying the first two.

I need your help to enable me achieve my goal. I can do most of the work myself but there are some things that escape my understanding. Thus, whatever input you guys can give me is well appreciated.

(This is an A level question; I did not know weather I should have placed this post in the College section or if A levels and grade 12 are at the same skill level- please forgive me if I posted this in the wrong place)

Here is a problem that I couldn't figure out:

Provided that x is real, prove that the function [2(3x+1)]/[3(A-9)]

can take all real values. (A = x squared)

Again, thank you for your help and support.

Jeremy

Oh yeah I have 10 gmail invites to give away. Just ask and I will email it to you.

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