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When solving a radical equation, Beth and Kelly came to two different conclusions. Beth found a solution, while Kelly's solution did not work in the equation. Create and justify two situations: one situation where Beth is correct and a separate situation where Kelly is correct

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    These equations usually follow this pattern because when you square both sides to get rid of the radical the equation turns into a quadratic and one of the solutions won't work. Pick two linear expressions in x and stick one in each box. |dw:1434049803988:dw|

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