# SOLUTION: Make x the subject of the following: y = 2 - x² / 2x² + 3 y = &#8730;2x- 3y (the sign before 2x is of square root) 1/a + 1/&#8730;x = y

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 Question 206033: Make x the subject of the following: y = 2 - x² / 2x² + 3 y = √2x- 3y (the sign before 2x is of square root) 1/a + 1/√x = y Answer by Alan3354(30983)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Make x the subject of the following: Do you mean solve for x? ----------- y = 2 - x² / 2x² + 3 Sqrt can be ± ------------------ y = √2x- 3y (the sign before 2x is of square root) How much is under the radical? The 2x, or both terms? ---------------- 1/a + 1/√x = y