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Week 5 – Pre Cal 11 – Solving Radical Equations Algebraically

This week 5 in Pre Cal, we mostly continued on learning on how to solve radical equations whereas there are two methods of doing it: graphically and algebraically.

When we talk about solving we have to think of the following:

-there has to be an equal sign; indicating that two different terms are equivalent to each other.

-when solving, we usually isolate the variable to find out the solution and find out the variable’s value.

-when we do something to one side, we have to do the same to the other side.

-we do the opposite to undo (such as getting rid of a radical sign through squaring on both sides of the equation).


To execute these key things that I’ve mentioned above, I will put an example of a radical equation to be solved.


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