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anonymous
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what dont you understand?
anonymous
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\[(32(x+5))^{\frac{ 1 }{ 4 }}=4\]

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anonymous
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First lets get rid of the 1/4 power. What can we do to both sides to do this
anonymous
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plug in x
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thanks
anonymous
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Hint: to get rid of ^2 we would take the square root
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[32(x+5)=4^{4}\]Next we distribute 32 to each term inside the ( ). Are you good from here?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ya I think so thanks
anonymous
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i actually would divide by 32 instead of distributing, allows us to skip steps later... You're Welcome

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