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Algebra 2 - Solve Equation










































Solve the following equation for x:

3x²/3 - 4 = 8

Express the answer as:

1. a simplified radical expression

2. a decimal solution

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Nov 08, 2011
Solve Equation
by: Staff


Question:

3x^2/3-4=8


Answer:

3x²/3 - 4 = 8


x² * (1) - 4 = 8


x² - 4 = 8

x² - 4 + 4 = 8 + 4

x² + 0 = 12

x² = 12

x = ±√(12)

x = ±2√(3)

x = ±3.4641016151378

the final solution is: x = {-3.46, +3.46}





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