anonymous
  • anonymous
solve sqrt m + 5 = 3
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
square both sides
anonymous
  • anonymous
?
anonymous
  • anonymous
u r solving for m right?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay, when u square the square root, u get m+5, then u square the 3 nd get 9
anonymous
  • anonymous
Squares and square roots cancel each other out. It is like addition and subtraction. If you start with 5 and add 3 and then subtract 3 you get back to 5 If you start with 5 and multiply by 4 and then divide by 4 you get back to 5 If you start with 36 and sqrt it you get 6 then if you square it you get back to 36 If you start with 5 and square it you get 25 and then you sqrt it you get back to 5
anonymous
  • anonymous
move the 5 over nd, m=4
anonymous
  • anonymous
o okay i understand thank u
anonymous
  • anonymous
.. I'm a bit confused.... is the question \[\sqrt{x}+5=3\]? If it's, then... there is no solution...

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