I'm in Calculus and the Algebra is killing me. I do practice my Algebra when I get free time on the weekends, but I still have a long way to go. How would I solve this problem for x? I've literally been up all day doing these 3 assignments and I literally maybe finished 50% in a 10hr period.
sqrt(16-x^2)-((x^2)/sqrt(16-x^2)) = 0; solve for x.
The answer was somethin like (+or-) 2sqrt(2).
Can someone give me a step by step on how to solve this, because I encounter these problems involving fractions and sqrts A LOT and they slow me down until I give in.