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  1. anonymous
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    \[\sqrt[-4]{x-3}=12\]

  2. anonymous
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    i need to solve for x

  3. anonymous
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    @mathway can you help me with this one too please? the -4 throws me off

  4. anonymous
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    Do the same thing. Remove the radical sign by raising both sides both sides to the power of -4.

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    oh okay thanks :)

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    |dw:1443041679205:dw|

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    how do i subtract 3 from that

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    Add 3 on both sides.

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    oh i ment add

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    how do i add together 1/(12^4) to 3

  11. anonymous
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    Use LCD. What is \(\huge 12^4\) first?

  12. anonymous
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    20736

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    so the equation is now: \[\huge x-3=\frac{ 1 }{ 20,736 }\]

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    Add three on both sides. \(\huge x=\frac{ 1 }{ 20,736 }+3\)

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    The use LCD. What is \(\huge 20,736 \times 3\) ?

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    LCD: \[\huge x= \frac{ 1 }{ 20,736 } + \frac{ 20,736 \times 3 }{ 20,736 }\]

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    oh my goodness uhhhhh lol

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    62208 i think

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    Yes! Use a calculator if you aren't sure. \(\huge x= \frac{ 1 }{ 20,736 } + \frac{62,208 }{ 20,736 }\) This can also be written as: \(\huge x= \frac{ 1+ 62,208 }{ 20,736 }\)

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