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how do I solve a radical equation when there are two terms under the radical on one side

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I think you need to try squaring both sides.

Like this:

\(\sqrt{1+2x}=5 \\~\\ (\sqrt{1+2x})^2=5^2 \\~\\ 1+2x = 25\)

hectictar  Mar 30, 2017

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