How can i change 1-x^2 to a form where it is (x^2) first then one. In the form (x^2 -a)? Do i just mulitply by -1 and that switches the order of the x^2 and 1 ?

Caylee Villegas 2022-07-27 Answered
How can i change 1 x 2 to a form where it is ( x 2 ) first then one. In the form ( x 2 a )? Do i just mulitply by -1 and that switches the order of the x 2 and 1 ?
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Quenchingof
Answered 2022-07-28 Author has 14 answers
Step 1
Let f ( x ) = 1 x 2
We want f(x) in form of x 2 a i.e. x 2 first and then constant.
Step 2
So, for that if I multiply f(x) by -1, i get new function
g ( x ) = 1 ( f ( x ) )
= 1 ( 1 x 2 )
= 1 + x 2
g ( x ) = x 2 1

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