ALGEBRA
posted by SAL .
Can someone please solve these for me?
Thank you.
x^2 + 5x + 6 = 0
[SQRT(x + 3)] = 2[SQRT(x)]

ALGEBRA 
lyne
first one is (x+2)(x+3)
if you use FOIL method 
ALGEBRA 
SAL
Thank you ..
If i had to solve for x what would be my answer if I had to choose from..
Ano solution
B{2,3}
C{2,3}
D2
E3
F0 
ALGEBRA 
ken
3(4x + 6) + 7x

ALGEBRA 
Matt
Thank you What would be the answer C?

ALGEBRA 
DrBob222
From (x+3)(x+2) = 0
Set each factor to zero and solve; e.g.,
x+3 = 0
x = 3
and
x+2=0
x=2
so the solution to the problem is x =3; 2. 
ALGEBRA 
Matt
Ok thank you for your help.
Can you help me solve this equation?
9y2 + 16=0
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