## Destinyyyy one year ago Check what I have so far...

1. anonymous

2. Destinyyyy

Solve the radical expression.. Square root 4x+5 = x-4 I got to x^2+11-4x=0

3. anonymous

Okay what do you think x is?

4. Destinyyyy

Im stuck at x^2+11-4x=0

5. anonymous

so "^" is "*"

6. Destinyyyy

The ^ means that the 2 is the exponent of x

7. anonymous

OOHH okay

8. Destinyyyy

Uh yeah.

9. anonymous

Okay

10. anonymous

what grade and are u k12?

11. Destinyyyy

@IrishBoy123 @Nnesha

12. Destinyyyy

Im in college.

13. anonymous

Ohh...Im not in college but is there numbers you can plug in bc this make no sense xD

14. Destinyyyy

If you dont know how to solve radical expressions then please get off my question. Im sorry but I do not have time to waste and explain to you on how to solve this.

15. anonymous

16. Destinyyyy

Ive been working on this assignment for over an hour. Im on question 33 out of 37 and Id just like to be done so I can eat.

17. Destinyyyy

@Jaynator495 Can you help me out with this?

18. IrishBoy123

$\sqrt{ 4x+5} = x-4$ $4x+5 = (x-4)^2$ $4x+5 = x^2-8x + 16$ $0 = x^2 - 8x - 4x + 16 - 5 = ??$

19. Destinyyyy

Omg I canceled out the -4 -.-

20. Destinyyyy

Thank you @IrishBoy123

21. Destinyyyy

x= 1, 11

22. IrishBoy123

$\checkmark$

23. Destinyyyy

Thank you again @IrishBoy123

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