# SOLUTION: can somone solve the following equations and show me how it was done! I'm as dumb as a post when it comes to this stuff. Any help would be great! &#8730;x-2=1 &#8730;x3=2

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 Question 81952: can somone solve the following equations and show me how it was done! I'm as dumb as a post when it comes to this stuff. Any help would be great! √x-2=1 √x3=27 3√x2=9Answer by neta(14)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!a:)take 2 over to the other side u get √x=3 take the SQUARE(NOT SQUARE ROOT) of both sides x=9 b:)√x3=27 take the SQUARE(NOT SQUARE ROOT) of both sides 3x=729 divide both sides by 3 x=243 c:)3√x2=9 divide both sides by 3 √x2=3 take the SQUARE(NOT SQUARE ROOT) of both sides 2x=9 divide both sides by 2 x=4.5 but listen u really need to learn this thing its pretty simple and it may come out in your tests n exams.