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Algebra 2

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Solve: 2-y=sqrt(y+4)

I need all of the steps.
I need this ASAP because this assignment is due tomorrow.
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  • Algebra 2 - ,

    What do you want done?? Do you want it solved for y?

  • Algebra 2 - ,

    If so, first square both sides, which would leave you:
    (2-y)(2-y)=y+4
    FOIL
    4-4y+y^2=y+4
    Then subtract 4 and y which would get you
    y^2-5y=0
    Factor out the y.
    y(y-5)=0

    y=0 or y=5

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