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√7/y

Hi, I keep getting 2a+2b but that's not the answer. I need some help solving the equation in the title. Thanks

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3√ 2x+5 -15=0 (-15 is not under the radical)

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Good evening, I am in need of assistance working through this problem. It is an example in my text book, so it lists out the steps. The problem is that I ended up at the second to last...

simplify

I'm very confused about how to separate the variables, and the numbers, or when to move stuff to the outside of the radical.

I know the answer is (3b^2c)/a but I don't know the steps.

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the question is √x+3 = √2x+8 I squared both ends to get x+3= 2x+8 I moved the variables to one side and the numbers...

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A) m^2-75=0 B) 3t^2=21

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