Algebra 1 help, check please?
posted by Allyson .
Okay, so the problem is..
x^2+6=13
Would I just subtract the 6 from the thirteen..
So. x^2=7
Divide by 2?
I'm kinda stuck from that point

x^2=7
take the square root of each side.
x= +sqrt7
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