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do i solve this by saying 80*80

is it \(x^2 - 80 =0\)

yes

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do you konw that you're solving for \(x\)?

I Have to find the square root

no the \(x\)
lets go slowly

\(x^2 - 80 = 0\)
\(x^2 = 80\)

do yo understand? when you move it to the other side its a positive?

yes i understand

then when its squared you remove it to the other side its sqrt

i mean move**

so i do 80 times 80

\[x^2 = 80\]
show me what you would to solve for x

im not sure if i square 80 or find the factors of 80

why would you square it? its sqrt(80) when you move it to the left hand side

what is sqrt

square root

so do i find the factors of it then

why would you want tol find find factors you are just solving for \(x\)!!!

o well im jus not understanding thats why im asking becasue i don't know my next steps

show me what you did after x^2 =80
in this question you are basically solving for a varaible i.e. x

i dont know thats why im here to get this explained to me so i can do it by myself

okay i just told you!!
the right hand side is x^2 then the left hand side is squareroot

thank you

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