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explain in complete sentences the difference between a radical equation and an equation simply containing a radical. provide and example of each

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    a radical equation is one in which the variable is in the radicand (inside the radical symbol). This is a radical equation\[2-\sqrt{x}=3\] this one is not (it just contains a radical)\[x-\sqrt{2}=3\]

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