Posted by **Ramesh Reddy** on Sunday, September 4, 2011 at 12:15pm.

I will be thankfull to you if you help me to solve the below problem: 6√x-11/3√x=2√x+1/√x+6

I tried to solve the above problem like this:

(6√x-11)(√x+6)=(3√x)(2√x+1)

6√x(√x+6)-11(√x+6)=(3√x)(2√x)+(3√x)(1)

6x+36√x-11√x-66=6x+3√x

36√x-11√x-66=3√x

36√x=3√x+11√x+66

36√x=14√x+66

36√x-14√x=66

22√x=66

2√x=6

√x=6/2

√x=3

x=(3)2

x=9.

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