I need help putting the answer to this problem in my hw website... it has to be without radicals. instead you use ^(1/2) and parenthesis.

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I need help putting the answer to this problem in my hw website... it has to be without radicals. instead you use ^(1/2) and parenthesis.

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I believe you posted this yesterday as well.... Let's have a look
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use for superscripts in html you can look up other html math tags
what?
i dont think you do that on my hw site
just ( ) and / and ^
if you have access to the code you can use x2 to raise x to the 2nd power for example
are you sure you can't approximate the answer?
dont know
im using a whole new site for this math class
cyster might be on the right track with squaring both sides...let's see what this leads to
so what would the answer look like?
62 + 82 / 14 2 ???
Nope, it doesn't get us anywhere. By the way, how do you know that x has to be a whole number?
i have no idea
Approximate x I get: \[x = \frac{\sqrt{7}(\sqrt{3}+2)}{7}\] which approximates to x = 1.41
Try that and see what happens
Can you input fractions and roots? If you can, do that instead.
ok 1.41 is right
how did u get to the step you have above?
you there?
algebraic steps
could you show me?
vyew?
sure
k, one sec
http://vyew.com/room#/418625/Open_Study
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Ive been getting the wrong answer to this prob too. I think its because of the way Im putting it in the website though...

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