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27 November, 14:22

Which of the following is a radical equation?

x√3=13

x+3√3=13

√x+3=13

x+3=√13

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  1. 27 November, 21:36
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    The answer would be: √x+3=13

    A radical equation is an equation with at least one variable put on a radical form. In this question, there is only one kind of variable which is x. Then, you need to find the equation where x is in the radical form. The radical form can be expressed with square root symbol.

    The option with √x would be only √x+3=13
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