# SOLUTION: a) Solve for x and express the answer in radical form 1 over x + 1 equals x - 4 B) Between which two consectutive integers does the positive root of this equation lie?

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 Question 23511: a) Solve for x and express the answer in radical form 1 over x + 1 equals x - 4 B) Between which two consectutive integers does the positive root of this equation lie?Answer by longjonsilver(2297)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! This does not factorise easily, so use the quadratic formula. you will have been shown how to do this, since this question uses it. Answer is Work out the positive version, , and then write the integer below and above this number, for example if the number was 4.86123, then write 4 and 5. jon