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November 21, 2014

Posted by **Jasmine20** on Thursday, January 25, 2007 at 3:46pm.

(w-(1)/(4))^2

and he said that what i thought was right. which was :

the answer:w^2-(1)/(2)w+(1)/(6)

Yes, that's right. I just thought your way of getting the answer was more complicated than it could have been.

With the placement of the parentheses in your answer I can't tell what you have, but I can tell you for sure that what Belinda wrote yesterday; i.e.,

[(w-1)/4]

(w

see dr.bob222

then why did the instructor say that this was wrong about

w2 -2w +1

he said it had to be:

w squared and negative one half w plus one over sixteen.

(w-(1)/(4))^2

[w-(1/4)]

w

[(w-1)/4]

(w

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