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Billy J.

asked • 12/12/14

Solve the equation. Express radicals in simplest form.

(x+6)^2 = 44
 
So I know how to do the square root property but don't know how to do it with the 44 being there (and not having a perfect square)
 
The answers Are
 
A) -6 + 2√11, -6 - 2√11
 
B) 2√11 - 6, 2√11 + 6
 
C) 2√11, - 2√11
 
D) -6 + 2√22, -6 - 2√22

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Bill P. answered • 12/12/14

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Billy J.

Thank you very much.
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Bill P.

You are quite welcome !!
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Billy J.

If you are free I do have another problem that I am struggling on
 
https://www.wyzant.com/resources/answers/66071/need_help_with_39_use_a_combination_of_rules_for_exponents_to_simplify_39
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