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solving the equation (x+4)(x-4)=9 Eric stated that the solution would be x+4=9>x=5 or (x-4)=9=>x=13
However one of these solution fails to work when subsituted back to the original equation. Why?olve and explain the reasoning. Can someone please help me?

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