Posted by **Brenda** on Thursday, March 3, 2011 at 10:31am.

Solve:

sq root of (x+1) minus 3 = sq root of

(x+4)

when I solve it I get zero, but when I plug it back in only one answer works. do both have to work for it to have a solution?

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