Algebra
posted by Jen .
Solve the formula for the given variable. Assume all variables represent nonnegative numbers.
A=6s^2, for s
A. A/6
B. SQRT A/6
C. SQRT A/6
D. Not given
I believe the anser is B, but not 100% sure

algebraically it would have been ±√(A/6),
but it said all variables are nonnegative, so
√(A/6) , the A/6 must be all under the root sign.
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