2y=sqrt(5y+6).... I'm pretty sure the answer is 2 but can anyone show me the steps?

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2y=sqrt(5y+6).... I'm pretty sure the answer is 2 but can anyone show me the steps?

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\[2y=\sqrt{5y+6}\]?
yes that is the equation
you square both side get

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\[4y^{2}=5y+6\] move all in one side you get \[4y^{2}-5y-6=0\]
now you factor; (4y+3)(y-2)=0 y=2 y=-3/4 you plug two answer and check , I think you know number 2 is solution
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