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Question: 4 = √p - 2 ------- Possible Answers: √6 36 3 6 Four more questions that has to be posted.

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Is it the square root of whole p-2?
No, just the √p, separate the - 2, and it's not negative 2.
@FeoNeo33 will u try urself first please???

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Simply get the answer by adding 2 to both sides and squaring both sides.
What's the √p?
\(\Large \color{MidnightBlue}{\Rightarrow 4 + 2 = \sqrt{p} \cancel{- 2 + 2} }\) \(\Large \color{MidnightBlue}{\Rightarrow 6 = \sqrt{p} }\) What do you get by squaring both sides?
Let's go by the add two to both sides, if, I add 2 to 4,(=6) then squared it, it would come out as 36?
Yes. Right. Correct.
hmm... aight i probably got the rest of the three questions. There's really one that's just... wtf in my eyes. lol thank you very much.

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