I'm taking Pre-Calc and Trigonometry, and the class is so poorly put together I don't even get a textbook. My teacher is of no help. I can't figure out how to solve this problem, and I desperately would like to understand. Help?

√x+2 + √3x+4 = 2

I have tried it over and over and have gotten different answers each time. I don't know what are the proper steps to solve an equation with two radicals on one side. :<