Bill P. answered • 12/12/14

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Choice "A" is correct.

If (x+6) squared is 44, then (x+6) must be the square root of 44.

Then x must be -6 + or - the square root of 44. Since 44 equals 4 times 11 the square root of 44 is also 2 times the square root of 11.

Thus -6 + 2 times the square root of 11 is one correct answer and

-6 - 2 times the square root of 11 is another correct answer

Choice "A" says the same thing

Billy J.

12/12/14