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sorry had to rewrite it didnt put the questions* how do i answer the following questions ? 1. (4x+3)^(2/3)=(16x+44)^(1/3) 2. A circular table is to be made that will have a top covered with materials that cost $3.50 per square foot. The covering is to cost no more than $60. what is the maximum radius for the top of the table?

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i didnt say i didnt believe you. you wouldnt help me understand how to do it. you just gave me a hint...
i came up with 16x^2+8x-35... sooo im guessing theres no solution ?
no i came up with 16x^2+8x-35... i squared (4x+3) and got 26x^2+12x+12x+9. then i subtracted both 16x and 44 from both sides. which came out to be 16x^2+8x-35 which has NO SOLUTION

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