Question word for word...matt grime said:There surely have to be some more restrictions than this, otherwise A+B=0=C, a=b=anything, and c is anything else not equal to a
The equation is true for x=0, right? What does the equation look like when x=0?I'm afraid I don't understand what you mean by my favorite value of x (x=0?)
Nevermind then... I was thinking if it had to be true for any given constant value of x that would be the way to go about it.Hurkyl said:No it's not. You just have to use the fact it's true for all x.
The equation is true for x=0, right? What does the equation look like when x=0?