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shannon
Shannon

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hi, i’m not sure how to solve as there’s no constant for me to apply the simultaneous method

Date Posted: 1 week ago
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shannon
Shannon
1 week ago
thank you !
shannon
Shannon
1 week ago
hi sorry i just did the question and got a different answer from u
shannon
Shannon
1 week ago
i got c= 1 instead of c=1/3
and my equation is
y=9x^3 - 9x^2 + 3x +1
i did the check like what u did and mine matched i think there was a tiny mistake with yours ? i’m not sure though
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
1 week ago
This depends on where you put the “c” during the integration. The tutor placed it inside the bracketed term. For me, I usually placed it outside.

Regardless of the position, your final answer at the end should be the same.