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momoluvgd Group Title

In order to solve the literal equation A equals s squared for s, what would you do to the equation?

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    a = s^2 for s

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    Hmm what is a "literal" equation? I don't wanna give you advice if I don't know what I'm talking about XD lol

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    u mean linear?

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    A literal equation is an equation that has two or more variables.

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    take square root on both sides to get s

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