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Q:
# Which of the following is a radical equation? a. x sqrt 3=13b. x+sqrt3=13 c. sqrtx+3=13d. x+3 =sqrt 13

Accepted Solution

A:

The answer for this question is C.Β

First subtract the 3 from both sides to get : sqrt(x) = 10

Then square both sides to get: x = 100

The other equations can't simply proving that they cannot be radical equations

Hope this helps :)

First subtract the 3 from both sides to get : sqrt(x) = 10

Then square both sides to get: x = 100

The other equations can't simply proving that they cannot be radical equations

Hope this helps :)