9TH GRADE ALGEBRA
posted by lyne .
solve for the variable
ã(square root)
ãy+6  ãy = ã2
would i square both sides first?
im stuck

yes, then use the quadratic equation.

its is y times the 5th power of 8 or using the quadradic eqaution it bis something else

the eqaution is the reciprical of the times of 6 to the 10th power of A or the quadratic eqaution
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