Not sure where to start on this. It's in chapter covering complete the square. Any help would be great. Solve for x:
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Can you explain how you got u^2 ? thank you
If Then Which equals
ok... Here's what i have so far: or i dont know how to handle the fraction part at the end.... Thank YOu!
If a^p = b, then a = b^(1/p)
Yeah adding to what Wilmer said, If we had for example . To make x the subject, we had square both sides:
Originally Posted by jgv115 Yeah adding to what Wilmer said, If we had for example . To make x the subject, we had square both sides: Sorry, i'm still at a loss... So if then to make x the subject..... i'd ???
Originally Posted by npierce Sorry, i'm still at a loss... So if then to make x the subject..... i'd ??? YES! a^p = b^1 : a = b^(1/p) ; so: x^(1/6) = 4^1 x = 4^(1 / (1/6)) x = 4^6 = 4096
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