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Algebra 2

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How do I solve this radical equation?
3 + (2x√3) = 5

  • Algebra 2 -

    Subtract for 2x * sqrt of 3=2

    Divide for x * sqrt of 3/2=1

    What to do from here, I do not know. . .

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    it's fine i already figured it out. thank you for your help. :)

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