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What is the value of n in the equation
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What is the value of n in the equation
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anonymous
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\[2(4n-3)^\frac{ 1 }{ 2 }-1=0\] How do you think you should start?

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shaniehh
  • shaniehh
apply the 1/2
anonymous
  • anonymous
There are 2 things to do before that. First you have to add the 1 to both sides. Then divide both sides by 2
shaniehh
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i dont understand
anonymous
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shaniehh
  • shaniehh
so 4 + 1 and 3 + 1
anonymous
  • anonymous
no. ignore the stuff in parentheses for now. All of that is under an exponent. Think of solving an equation as reverse order of operations (PEMDAS/BEDMAS). So you need to deal with the addition and subtraction first. (that's moving the 1 to the right side of the equal sign.) Then we'll do multiplication and division (that's moving the 2 to the right side of the equal sign). Then we'll do the exponent (the 1/2) An then the last steps are dealing with the 4n - 3 inside parentheses.|dw:1440866106931:dw|
anonymous
  • anonymous
So it's -1 + 1 on the left side and 0 + 1 on the righ
anonymous
  • anonymous
*right
shaniehh
  • shaniehh
after that add 1/2
shaniehh
  • shaniehh
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shaniehh
  • shaniehh
@peachpi whats next
anonymous
  • anonymous
the 2 is still there |dw:1440867484042:dw|
anonymous
  • anonymous
now you divide by 2|dw:1440867516200:dw|
anonymous
  • anonymous
now square both sides to get rid of the exponent|dw:1440867604740:dw|
shaniehh
  • shaniehh
im kinda confuse how would i do that
shaniehh
  • shaniehh
so sorry i suck at math
anonymous
  • anonymous
square the 1 and square the 2
anonymous
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