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zmic wrote:I get -1
Catmando wrote:I got this comparatively bizarre answer\frac{1}{16(x^2+y^2)^2}
which I suppose could be a bit more elegantly expressed as\frac{1}{(4x^2+4y^2)^2}
I'm currently working back through my work to see where I went wrong (I've already found one mistake, as the above is actually my second result so far), because I doubt that's the right answer.
Qaanol wrote:In one line, here is the condition which, if met, renders the original form undefined:
x^{5}y = y^{5}x
gfauxpas wrote:Qaanol wrote:In one line, here is the condition which, if met, renders the original form undefined:
x^{5}y = y^{5}x
Hey neat, how'd you combine all the restraints into one equation like that?
Qaanol wrote:Unless x=0 or y=0 or x=y or x=-y or x²=-y², in which case the whole thing is undefined.
benoitowns wrote:I remember getting that same, exact, obnoxious equation on a math quiz once...
Afif_D wrote:benoitowns wrote:I remember getting that same, exact, obnoxious equation on a math quiz once...
And so were you able to solve it?
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