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Theory

Square root of an equation

Taking the square root of both sides in an equation is way of solving some quadratic equations. This method gives two solutions, a negative and a positive. For example, the equation has the solutions and since
However, when solving an equation this way, don't forget to add the negative solution by adding to the solution. The solutions can be written as