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    Douglar02
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    Help on solving equation

    I had taken a placement test for Math. I need to pass into a college credit math course and i missed out on two math problems that bumped me back to intermediate math. They were something like

    for all of (a + b) find the solutions for x. Then the equation. I cant find the problem on any of the algebra sites i looked at nor how to solve it.

    Any help is greatly appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Kyle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Douglar02 View Post
    I had taken a placement test for Math. I need to pass into a college credit math course and i missed out on two math problems that bumped me back to intermediate math. They were something like

    for all of (a + b) find the solutions for x. Then the equation. I cant find the problem on any of the algebra sites i looked at nor how to solve it.

    Any help is greatly appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Kyle
    We sort of have to know what the problem was (or at least what it was about) in order to help you.

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