anonymous
  • anonymous
If x2 = 15, what is the value of x?
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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steve816
  • steve816
square root both sides.
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
that could be helpful
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
or you can use a function for that

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anonymous
  • anonymous
So find the square root of 15 and that's what x is?
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
find the square root of 15 and yes that's what x is
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks can I ask you a few more questions?
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
sure
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
as long as its not something i dont know
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[3.52 x 10^{4} and 3.52 x 10 ^{-4}\]
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
heres what u have to do for me explain to me what that x is is and i'll help
anonymous
  • anonymous
Just do the inverse operation. Divide both sides of the equation by 2\[15\div2=\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh wait i got eeem nvm im stupid
anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer would be 7.5. To check you can plug 7.5 where x was. \[2\times7.5=15\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hope this helps @Teagey :)
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
cool i actually have work to do myself that i think i need help on
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank @SamJD316 and @MaurticeWilliams
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem! :)

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