# SOLUTION: SOLVE USING THE SQUARE ROOT PROPERTY: -2(x-2)^2= -6 HERE I'M CONFUSED ON WHAT ALL TO SQUARE??? DO I SQUARE EVERTHING ON THE RIGHT OR WHAT PLEASE HELP AS SOON AS YOU CAN... TAHNK

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 Question 140708: SOLVE USING THE SQUARE ROOT PROPERTY: -2(x-2)^2= -6 HERE I'M CONFUSED ON WHAT ALL TO SQUARE??? DO I SQUARE EVERTHING ON THE RIGHT OR WHAT PLEASE HELP AS SOON AS YOU CAN... TAHNKSAnswer by checkley77(12569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!-2(x-2)^2=-6 divide both sides by -2 (x-2)^2=-6/-2 (x-2)^2=3 now take the square root of both sides x-2=sqrt3 x=sqrt3+2 x=1.73+2 x=3.73 answer.