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johndoe133

  • 2 years ago

Determine the solution set of (2x - 1)2 - 100 = 0.

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  1. johndoe133
    • 2 years ago
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    why is nobody helping anymore?

  2. skullpatrol
    • 2 years ago
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    Any ideas?

  3. skullpatrol
    • 2 years ago
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    You have to learn how to help yourself.

  4. zachy1234
    • 2 years ago
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    x=24.5

  5. zachy1234
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    try and see if u got that

  6. johndoe133
    • 2 years ago
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    my god @zachy1234 you are always wrong. screw off

  7. zachy1234
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    im not wrong i was right last time too

  8. zachy1234
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    all the others understood

  9. zachy1234
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    ur just too infantile

  10. zachy1234
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    distribute the two through the parenthesis

  11. johndoe133
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    i have the answer options and everything you say is never on them. go away

  12. zachy1234
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    really? who wrote these answer options

  13. johndoe133
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    the teacher

  14. zachy1234
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    ur teacher must be a fool

  15. johndoe133
    • 2 years ago
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    no. i think its you

  16. skullpatrol
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    @zachy1234 The question asks to "Determine the solution set " and your answer "x=24.5" is an equation, not a set.

  17. johndoe133
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    no

  18. zachy1234
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    |dw:1359068819444:dw|

  19. zachy1234
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    srry broski its 26 no hard fellings

  20. zachy1234
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    the question is worded strangley because for it to have a solution set there must be a greater than/ lesser than sign

  21. zachy1234
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    @johndoe133

  22. zachy1234
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    what is your teachers answer

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