ALGEBRA

2nd posting - my mistake
When will the dependent variable in the equation y= sqrt [x+4-3] equal or exceed 4
• x ≥ –0.17
• x ≥ 45 ** is it this one?
• x ≥ 48
• x ≥ 53

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asked by Sandra
  1. why not just say "x+1" instead of "x+4-3"?

    And if x>=45 works, why not x>=48? or x>=53?

    I still suspect a typo.

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    posted by Steve
  2. I may not be writing it correctly but I did find out it was x =45.
    Thanks for you help.

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    posted by Sandra

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