(sqrt2x+13) - 15 = x

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(sqrt2x+13) - 15 = x

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Add 15 to both sides and then square both sides.
I'm still kind of confused
Did you add 15 to both sides?

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Yeah, I did.
What did you get?
\[\sqrt{2x+13} = x + 15\]
What do you get if you square the left side?
\[(\sqrt{2x=13})^2= ?\]
Sorry. I meant + 13 not =
\[\large{\sqrt{2x+13}-15=x}\]\[\large{\sqrt{2x+13}=x+15}\]Now squaring both sides we get\[\large{2x+13=x^2+225+30x}\]
You must not square each side. So now it will look like this: \[(\sqrt{2x+13})^2=(x+15)^2\]
ok. Too many cooks. Good bye
bye :)
Thanks for leaving I guess... @Mertsj @TheViper are you leaving too or saying goodbye to the other guy?
no
Okay haha
\[\large{2x+13=x^2+225+30x}\]\[\large{\implies x^2+30x-2x+225-13=0}\]\[\large{\implies x^2+28x+212=0}\]Now solve it by factoring :)
You two were both telling me different things. How do I know that yours it right?
We are telling same but concentrate on mine because I m here to help you :)
It won't factor. You'll have to use the quadratic formula.
I tried factoring and it didn't work. So I plug x^2 + 28x + 212 into the quadratic formula?
yes
yup :)
I think it should be \(-14+2i\) \(\&\) \(-14-2i\)
Check ur calculation again :)

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