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Solve the equation using the square root property.
x^2 + 36 = 11
Please help me with this, I don't know what the square root property is, so if someone could help me figure this out, that would be awesome :)

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First you isolote x^2, and you get x^2 = -25, and that means x has to be a complex number. Because you cannot take the square root of a negative number, unless you are working with complex number.

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The complex solution would be x = 5i or x = -5i

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@SolomonZelman do you mind explaining this a bit more? I dont really understand

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@Hero can you help me?

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http://mbaker.columbiastate.edu/AlgebraTips_pages/Square%20Root%20Property.htm

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Check out that link. Let me know if it helps

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Yes! A lot in fact. Thank you very much :)

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