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option 4

if we replace x by (1-x) the equation x^2(1-x)^2 remains unchanged
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I see what you're saying.

You have \(x^2(1-x)^2\)....replace x with 1-x

\((1-x)^2(1-1-x)^2\) => \((1-x)^2(x)^2\) - there is no change.

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study wrote:
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option 4

if we replace x by (1-x) the equation x^2(1-x)^2 remains unchanged

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jallenmorris wrote:
I see what you're saying.

You have \(x^2(1-x)^2\)....replace x with 1-x

\((1-x)^2(1-1-x)^2\) => \((1-x)^2(x)^2\) - there is no change.

asterixmatrix wrote:
study wrote:
Attachment:
PS_Function_D_new.JPG


option 4

if we replace x by (1-x) the equation x^2(1-x)^2 remains unchanged


yup mate :-D
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