# SOLUTION: a) t2/3=4

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Polynomials-and-rational-expressions Question 169679This question is from textbook Blitzer college algebra : a) t2/3=4This question is from textbook Blitzer college algebra Answer by midwood_trail(310)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I guess you meant to type t^2/3 = 4 We first multiply both sides by 3 to remove the fraction. This leaves us with t^2 = 12 We now take the square root of both sides. t = sqrt{12} Of course, we can further-break down sqrt{12}. sqrt{12} = sqrt{4} times sqrt{3}, where sqrt{4} is a perfect square. Final answer for t = 2(sqrt{3})