problem is under urgent homework help. i double posted (unaware i shouldn't have) plz answer there (asuming this post is not delted)

$\displaystyle

\sqrt{x+a} + \sqrt{x - a} = \sqrt{2} \sqrt{x+7}

$

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- Sep 28th 2008, 04:00 PMjcube69advanced alg2 (early college alg) problem
problem is under urgent homework help. i double posted (unaware i shouldn't have) plz answer there (asuming this post is not delted)

$\displaystyle

\sqrt{x+a} + \sqrt{x - a} = \sqrt{2} \sqrt{x+7}

$ - Sep 28th 2008, 04:08 PMChris L T521
Please don't double post. It wastes our time.

--Chris - Sep 28th 2008, 04:10 PMjcube69
sorry wasnt sure if id get a response in home work help...

now that i have been informed it wont happen again ^.^