Posted by **oscar** on Friday, November 20, 2009 at 6:18am.

Hi. Im trying to figure out how to solve an equation for x. The equation is y=2(x-3)^2. If I were to work this out, I would have come up with the answer x=sqrt y/2 +3 but the answer is actually x=sqrt 2y/2 +3. I can't work out where the extra 2 has come from.

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