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I am giving this a try, because I am not quite sure, so please someone give me some feedback. The square root of a number "x" is the number "y", which if multiplied by itself, equals x, as y*y=x. In able to use this effectively in a quadratic equation, the equation must be in the form (x+a)²=b which will resolve to being (x+a)=(+/-) sqrt (b).

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  1. anonymous
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    true true

  2. anonymous
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    Thanks, I thought so but someone in my class was wanting to argue with me about it.

  3. anonymous
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    than defend your opinion :)

  4. anonymous
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    I did. She was still not having this, so I got my instructor involved and I was right! YAY...ME!! Thanks again!

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    Nice job!

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