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Solving Radical Equations

Solving Radical Equations 1.16 - Solution

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We immediately see that the equations have a variable that is under a radical sign, which makes them to radical equations. If we rewrite the equation to we see that this equation also has a radical sign with a variable inside it. The other equations have only numbers under the radical sign, so they are not the radical equations.