Arturo O. answered • 09/09/16

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a)

A = aC and B = bC where a and b are constants

Then

A + B = aC + bC = (a + b)C where a + b = constant

b)

A - B = aC - bC = (a - b)C where a - b = constant

c)

√(AB) = √(aCbC) = √(ab) √(C

^{2}) = √(ab) C where √(ab) = constant
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09/09/16