Pre Calc
Does this:
sqrt 3x4=(x4)^23
Multiply out to:
x^416x^3+90^2211x+173
I then need to put it in the graphing calc and see what the roots are.
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muffy

don't repeat the same question more than once.
Look back at your previous post to see if somebody has answered it.
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1252627992posted by Reiny

Someone did answer it, however, I believe that their answer is incorrect. Also, I changed my answer a bit. I'm sorry, I messed up but I am becoming very frustrated with this problem.
posted by muffy

Please disregard, I found your answer.
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