Yep. Excellent point. Your point was right on the money. I fail to recognize the flipperoo that would have eased up the mess that I created. Reading some of the posts this evening, I wanted to spank myself. Thank you much for your help.
On 16 Jan 2013 10:34:38 +0200, Jussi Piitulainen <email@example.com> wrote:
> >I suspect you are missing the fact that (a - b) and (b - a) in the >denominators are essentially the same factor. The common denominator >of the terms is (a - b)(a - c)(b - c). I think you can leave the >denominator in that form. > >I did the numerator two ways: in terms of these same factors, and >multiplying out and combining terms. They seemed about equally simple >to me, though I may have made mistakes. I usually do. Be careful with >the signs :) > >Hope this helps.