craigmak1039
solve the radical equation... (x+15)1/4=(2x)1/4
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freakeo98
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multiply the perenthesis by 1
craigmak1039
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so the answer is (15,1)
freakeo98
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wait wat?
craigmak1039
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so.....
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how did u get (15,1)
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we have (1/4) on both sides of the equation, we can just multiply both sides by 4. we will be left with (x+15)=2x ===>combine like turns==> subtract x from both sides ==> 15=2x-x ==> x=15
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ohh eq editor ...\[(x+15)(1/4)=(2x)(1/4)\] ==> \[(x+15)=2x\] ==> \[15=2x-x\] ==> \[x=15\]