algebra 2
posted by logan .
i really need help on these..i don't understand ....i need to find the real number solutions of the equations...
2v^6=16
3s^4+15s^272=0
3c^7=81c^4
3q^4+3q^3=6q^2+6q
any help would be appreciate...thank you!!
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