# SOLUTION: how to solve: -3(2x-3)^+6 all divided by 3 =0 I have an answer of 3+-square root of 2 all divided by 2 but am stuck at trying to simplify it further

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 Question 623002: how to solve: -3(2x-3)^+6 all divided by 3 =0 I have an answer of 3+-square root of 2 all divided by 2 but am stuck at trying to simplify it furtherAnswer by jsmallt9(3296)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Your solution is correct and you are correct in that it will not simplify further. So what you have should be acceptable as a solution to your equation. All you could do, if anything, is...Rewrite the two solutions separately: or and/orUse your calculator to find decimal approximations for the solutions.