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IS THERE ANYONE ON THIS DANG SITE ?!?! I NEED SOME HELP PLEASE . Create an equation that results in at least one extraneous solution. Work through the equation, justify each step, and explain how the solution is extraneous.

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    @Luigi0210 @experimentX @AravindG @.Sam. ???

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    see this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extraneous_and_missing_solutions#Other_operations

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    Okay I still don't understand .

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    did you read the full text? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extraneous_and_missing_solutions#Missing_solutions:_division here is one nice example.

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    Isn't Wikipedia the worst place you could possibly get information from .?

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    No ... wikipedia is one of the most credible place where you get information.

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    Anyone in the free world is able to edit the information .

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    you can just simply edit and it is changed. there are other peers that will dispute and annul your edit if it's incorrect. that way it remains open and always correct in a sense that if it's incorrect, it will be disputed and either removed or corrected.

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    *can't

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    I see

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    probably news your hear is disputed according to source, however wikipedia is not.

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    Ok

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