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# if x is NOT 0 and x = sqrt(4xy-4y^2), in terms of y, x=?

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if x is NOT 0 and x = sqrt(4xy-4y^2), in terms of y, x=?

(A) 2y
(B) y
(C)
(D)
(E) –2y
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24 May 2008, 06:28
yup thx, the given OA was C with some weird fraction. I was sure that A is correct, but wanted to run it by other fellas.. thanks
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24 May 2008, 06:53
well i dont see any values for ans choice C..

what are the ans choices?
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