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- anonymous

Solve (z + 6)2 = 5.
A.
B.
C.
D.

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- anonymous

Solve (z + 6)2 = 5.
A.
B.
C.
D.

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for some reason it did not let me post the answers? @ssssss @kennedy467

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- anonymous

can you help? @radar

- anonymous

i had to draw them!

- radar

(z + 6)^2 = 5
Taking sq rt of both sides
z + 6 =sqrt 5
\[z=-6 \pm \sqrt{5}\] using algebra.

- anonymous

so b?

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- radar

Doesn't B express the same thing as I have?

- anonymous

yes so that is the answer ,correct!

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- radar

Is that the same answer you got?

- radar

I was hoping you had confidence in yourself as you seem to be wavering about my confidence.

- anonymous

im so confused?

- radar

Did you look at my first post? Look at it again, and tell me what step confuses you.

- anonymous

you said z=-6 and the square root of 5 which is answer choice B

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- radar

\[(z + 6)^{2}=5\]\[\sqrt{(z+6)^{2}}=\sqrt{5}\]\[z+6=\sqrt{5}\]Subtrac 6 from both sides of the equal sign.\[z=-6\pm \sqrt{5}\]The square root is both a + and - just as
(-2)(-2) = 4 and (2)(2)= 4

- anonymous

so it is b?

- anonymous

- radar

You know I can't give you the answer, it is against the code of conduct. I have just about done all I can do for you.

- anonymous

i know , after checking your work my guess is b!

- radar

I would hope that it would not be a guess, but that you followed it step by step and reached a conclusion.

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