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  • 5 years ago

how do you solve this equation√8k=k

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    sqrt(8k) = k 8k = k^2 0 = k^2 - 8k 0 = k(k-8) k = 0 or k = 8

  2. anonymous
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    we square everything. put it to one side. pull k out as a common factor.

  3. anonymous
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    thanks how do you solve this equation √3-2x=√1-3x

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    is the squareroot over the whole thing. use the, \sqrt{3-2x} in the equation thing if you mean that

  5. anonymous
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    yes the square root is over the whole thing

  6. anonymous
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    square both sides then.

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