Can you prove from RHS = LHS especially in a HSC exam?
Hi guys just wondering, if you don't know how to prove from LHS = RHS, can you go the other way around?
Especially when LHS is in a shortened expression and i can't seem to expand it to make it equal to RHS. But i can do RHS = LHS?
Will i be penalised in a HSC exam for maths?
Please answer. Thank you :)
- grunfeldLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
why should one be penalized if you showing the two sides are equal ? Typically we start with the more complicated side and it usually is on left.Source(s): my brain
- Let'squestionLv 77 years ago
Yes you can do that you will not be penalized. In exam only equality needs to be proved.
- ComoLv 77 years ago
Can go either way.