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Asked Apr 19, 2019

Having problem solving this equation, my solution is not correct.

 

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Step 1

We have been given a radical equation that we need to solve for x.

In order to solve the given equation for x, first of all we will rearrange the terms and then we will take square on both the sides as shown below:

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Step 2

Upon simplifying the both hand sides after taking square, we get just one radical left in our expression. 

Now we will square again to get rid of the radical as shown below:

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Step 3

Upon simplifying further we get a quad...

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