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Wait, are the two equations separate questions or does x have to satisfy both equations?
Originally Posted by Mrdavid445 Wait, are the two equations separate questions or does x have to satisfy both equations? They are two separate equations. Solve for x in each equation. Have fun!
Originally Posted by thevinh x = 4.22786... or -4.15136... or -.54664... ; other 2 are imaginary. Change the -27 to +116, then x = 4 exactly. Any purpose to this madness ?
Last edited by Wilmer; August 8th 2012 at 06:58 PM.
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Originally Posted by Wilmer x = 4.22786... or -4.15136... or -.54664... ; other 2 are imaginary. Change the -27 to +116, then x = 4 exactly. Any purpose to this madness ?
Originally Posted by thevinh It's looking right and but to be sure we have to wait thread starter to see if he has another method to solve this.algebra word problem solver free
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