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dw:1349832337280:dw
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Solving is all about inverse operations (what will undo what has been done. Someone took a square root there on the left. How do you undo that?
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richardlong369Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
do it to the other side ??
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You have to do something to both sides, but it has to be something that will undo the squareroot.
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dw:1349832423717:dw
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Exactly! Then what?
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You should be left with 3n=4/25 How do you then get n by itself?
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