# SOLUTION: I have already gotten this wrong on an exam, I need to know what the right answer is. What is the value of j in the equation? the square root of j+ the square root of j+14=3 to th

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear Algebra Question 5797: I have already gotten this wrong on an exam, I need to know what the right answer is. What is the value of j in the equation? the square root of j+ the square root of j+14=3 to the square root of j+10. This is also a multiple choice A.2 B.4 C.16 and D.the square root of 2? Please help?Answer by longjonsilver(2297)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!you really must learn to use brackets - you confuse the hell of everyone by your "English" descriptiion of the maths question. I am assuming (big assumption) that you mean the following: ? If so, or ... --> square both sides to give . j = 16 jon.