Question 37641This question is from textbook College Algebra
: I have a problem understanding this equation and the solution process to get it. Can you help me understand it? It is; sqrt of x^2=27 This question is from textbook College Algebra
You can put this solution on YOUR website! Let me see if I've got this right...you want to solve:
Well, first. the square root of anything squared is just equal to the anything.
So, therefore, if then x = 27.