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anonymous
 one year ago
Violet was carrying around the steps to solve Square root of 3x plus 1 = 4. On her way through the Math Factory, Violet dropped them and they mixed with other steps. Put the correct steps in order to solve Square root of 3x plus 1 = 4. A. Subtract 1 from both sides B. Subtract 4 from both sides C. Square root both sides D. Square both sides E. Divide by 3 from both sides F. Divide by 4 from both sides First A, then E, then D First D, then B, then A First D, then A, then E First C, then E, then A
anonymous
 one year ago
Violet was carrying around the steps to solve Square root of 3x plus 1 = 4. On her way through the Math Factory, Violet dropped them and they mixed with other steps. Put the correct steps in order to solve Square root of 3x plus 1 = 4. A. Subtract 1 from both sides B. Subtract 4 from both sides C. Square root both sides D. Square both sides E. Divide by 3 from both sides F. Divide by 4 from both sides First A, then E, then D First D, then B, then A First D, then A, then E First C, then E, then A

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I think it is D then A then E

Directrix
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0If you need the work, First, square both sides (d.) leaving 3x + 1 = 16 Second, subtract 1 from both sides (a.) leaving 3x = 15 Third, divide by 3 from both sides (e.) leaving x = 5 Answer: First D, then A, then E Courtesy of @mdeisenh at http://brainly.com/profile/mdeisenh611153
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