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how would you solve 1 + 2x/√1 − 2x to x^2
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If you mean (1+2x)/sqrt(1-2x), then expand sqrt(1-2x) up to x^2 and multiply by 1+2x
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(Original post by Mrepic Foulger)
If you mean (1+2x)/sqrt(1-2x), then expand sqrt(1-2x) up to x^2 and multiply by 1+2x
ohh i get it now. i was really confused with the mark scheme. Thank you for clarifying things
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