anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the diffrence between a radical equation and an equation simply containing a radical
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anonymous
  • anonymous
well, i assume a radical equation would be something like f(x) = sqrt(x) in that case, the variable is contained inside of the radical. thus, the output f(x) depends on what is under the radical an equation that simply just has a radical would be like f(x) = sqrt(2) * x now you see that the function is not dependent on the value underneath the square root - it's just a scalar number now, and the variable is outside the radical
anonymous
  • anonymous
another way of writing it:
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  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
notice in the top, the variable x is under the radical. on the bottom, the variable x is outside the radical.

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