EQUATIONS CONTAINING VARIABLES UNDER ONE OR MORE RADICALS
Right Side: Since the left side of the original equation does not equal the
right side of the original equation when 0 is substituted for x, thenx=0
is not a solution. Since it was the only solution you found, then the
conclusion is that there is not a solution to the problem.
You can also check the answer by graphing
(the left side of the original equation minus the right side of
the original equation). Since the graph never crosses the x-axis, there
is no x-intercept. If there is no x-intercept, there is no solution.
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