J johntricklebank May 2010 6 0 May 15, 2010 #1 solve the following equation for x in terms of p √x+p=√x+3 need a maths tutor for calculus can anyone help?

solve the following equation for x in terms of p √x+p=√x+3 need a maths tutor for calculus can anyone help?

NowIsForever May 2010 43 3 Norman, OK May 15, 2010 #2 johntricklebank said: solve the following equation for x in terms of p √x+p=√x+3 Click to expand... x could have any value at all so long as p = 3, the equation would hold. johntricklebank said: need a maths tutor for calculus can anyone help? Click to expand... Go to my profile, send me an email, and state what you desire. Perhaps I can help.

johntricklebank said: solve the following equation for x in terms of p √x+p=√x+3 Click to expand... x could have any value at all so long as p = 3, the equation would hold. johntricklebank said: need a maths tutor for calculus can anyone help? Click to expand... Go to my profile, send me an email, and state what you desire. Perhaps I can help.