d = -1/3, 0
Subtract the constant on the left, take the square root, and solve from there.
(6d +1)^2 + 12 = 13 . . . . given
(6d +1)^2 = 1 . . . . . . . . . .subtract 12
6d +1 = ±√1 . . . . . . . . . . take the square root
6d = -1 ±1 . . . . . . . . . . . .subtract 1
d = (-1 ±1)/6 . . . . . . . . . . divide by 6
d = -1/3, 0
Using a graphing calculator, it is often convenient to write the function so the solutions are at x-intercepts. Here, we can do that by subtracting 13 from both sides:
f(x) = (6x+1)^ +12 -13
We want to solve this for f(x)=0. The solutions are -1/3 and 0, as above.
B- The square root property may be applied only if the constant is positive
The correct option are;
1) D. A quadratic equation of this form can always be solved using the square root property
2) B. Isolate the quantity being squared
3) C. The square root property requires a quantity squared by itself on one side of the equation. The only quantity squared is X so divide both sides by 2 before applying the square root property
Where the quadratic equation is of the form x² = b, the square root property method can be used to solve the equation. Due to the nature of square roots, putting a plus-minus before the square root of the constant on the right hand side of the equation after taking the square roots of both sides of the equation, two answers are produced.
It is however to first isolate the term with the squared variable, after which the square root of both sides of the equation is taken.
The square root property may be applied only if the constant is positive
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The square root property requires a quantity squared by itself on one side of the equation. The only quantity squared is x, so divide both sides by 2 before applying the square root property.
In the above question, we are given the expression: 2x^2=16 and we are asked the proper way to apply the square root property.
2x² = 16 is an algebraic equation
To apply square root property to an expression, there must be only one quantity that is squared.
We divide both sides by 2
This is because we have to first eliminate the coefficient of x
2x²/2 = 16/2
x² = 8
Now that we have eliminated the coefficient of x², we can apply the square root property now because x is the only quantity that is squared.
√x² = √8
x = √8
Therefore, Option 2 which says: "The square root property requires a quantity squared by itself on one side of the equation. The only quantity squared is x, so divide both sides by 2 before applying the square root property." is the correct option
We can take the square root of both sides, adding a plus/minus sign of the right hand side:
Then, we subtract 150 from both sides:
So, the two solutions are
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14 ft 7 inches
since each model inch corresponds to 25 real inches, 7 model inches will correspond to
7×25" = 175"
at 12" per foot, that is 14 feet, 7 inches.