## anonymous 5 years ago 16/49-v^2=0 solve

1. M

$\sqrt{16/49} = v$

2. anonymous

what???

3. M

4. M

$16/49 = v ^{?}$

5. M

v^2

6. anonymous

its supposed to be something like -1/8 and 1/8 though i dont get how your coming up with square roots

7. anonymous

16 and 49 are perfect squares, so M wasn't done

8. anonymous

It's the same as the last one. Add v^2 to both sides. $16/49=v ^{2}$ Then you can take the square root of both sides.

9. anonymous

What is the square root of 16? 49? That fraction, +/-, is your answer.

10. anonymous

4 and 7 4/7 -4/7

11. anonymous

Yep.

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