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n Learning and Teaching Mathematics - Equations with false solutions

Volume 2011, Issue 11
  • ISSN : 1990-6811

Abstract

When an equation involving algebraic fractions is solved, it is necessary to check apparent solutions against the original equation to weed out those that are inadmissible (because they require an original denominator to be zero). Sometimes all apparent solutions have to be rejected, sometimes there are some that remain valid.

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