MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# Solve for x.6x2−2=13

Accepted Solution

A:

Answer:x = ±sqrt(5/2)Step-by-step explanation:6x^2−2=13Add 2 to each side6x^2−2+2=13+26x^2 = 15Divide each side by 66/6x^2 = 15/6x^2 = 5/2Take the square root of each sidesqrt(x^2) = ±sqrt(5/2)x = ±sqrt(5/2)