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Write a sentence describing the first step you would take to solve each equation. Do not actually solve.$$3 x=\sqrt{16-10 x}$$

Precalculus

Algebra

Chapter 11

Quadratic Equations, Inequalities, and Functions

Section 4

Equations Quadratic in Form

Introduction to Conic Sections

Equations and Inequalities

Functions

Polynomials

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Lectures

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In mathematics, a function…

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Concept Check Write a sent…

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Solve each equation. Check…

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Solve each radical equatio…

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Solve. See Example 1$$…

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Solve each equation.$$…

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Solve each equation. $…

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Solve each equation. See E…

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Complete each solution.

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Solve.$\sqrt{16 x}=x+3…

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Solve the equations. (See …

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Solve each equation. Write…

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Use the square root proper…

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Solve each equation by han…

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It's a good first stop to solve. This would be, well squaring both sides of the equation. If we square both sides, then why would just get around nine x squared and then is equal to the square? If you square the square root of this, the square root basically disappears. And we just left with what? Underneath the square root. So, um and that's what makes this kind of I guess Harper self is the square would right here. So a good first step would be to, ah square both sides of the the question, okay.

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