Algebra 2
posted by Nancy .
Solve this equation:
√4x+8=6
If there is more then one solution enter with a comma

√4x+8=6
since √4x >= 0, there is no solution.
Now, if you meant
√(4x+8)=6
4x+8 = 36
4x = 28
x = 7
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