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LaynaMae

  • one year ago

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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    But 2 is excluded from the domain of the original equation because it would make the denominator of one of the fractions zero--and division by zero is not allowed! . Therefore, it cannot be a root of the original equation. So, 2 is an extraneous solution. So, the equation has no solutions.

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    Omg thank you so much ! :)

  3. ***[ISURU]***
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    u r welcome

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