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Radical Equation

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Radical Equation

A radical equation is an equation that contains a radical expression, where the independent variable is under the radical sign. One example is 14x11=83x5. 14x-11 = 8\sqrt{3x - 5}. Radical equations can be solved algebraically, graphically, or numerically.