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can anyone give me some examples of problems like " whats is the solution set for (x=1)^2=49?
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  • anonymous
can anyone give me some examples of problems like " whats is the solution set for (x=1)^2=49?
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radar
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Have you stated the example correctly?
anonymous
  • anonymous
dang it. no...it was (x+1)^2=49
anonymous
  • anonymous
(x+1)^2=7^2 so (x+1)=plus minus (7) x=plus minus 6

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radar
  • radar
O.K look like 6 would do it so would -8. Lets work it out. \[(x+1)^{2}= x ^{2}+2x+1=49\] \[x ^{2}+2x-48=0\] \[(x+8)(x-6)=0\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
umm..the answer choices are in format of ( -48,48) and that kind of thing
radar
  • radar
(x-6)=0, x=6 (x+8)=0, x=-8
radar
  • radar
The solution set is x= 6, -8
radar
  • radar
What exactly is asked for the example?
radar
  • radar
Are you working on the "completing the square" method, or factoring or quadratic? for solutions??
anonymous
  • anonymous
just solution sets. its part of the algebra 2 EOC, so i want to learn how to work them out
radar
  • radar
method I used is called the "factoring method" The quadratic equation was manipulated to equal 0 and then factored. (x+8)(x-6) =0 The reason this works, one or both of the factors has to equal 0 for the results to equal 0. Like, ab=0, then a or b or both equal 0.
anonymous
  • anonymous
um...im actually not that good at math, just found this site..wish i had found it sooner though. i could have asked for help on my last project

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