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Q. Solve for x in A. x=5 Start this one by subtracting 4 from both sides of the equation to isolate the radi. Next, square each cal: side to get rid of the square root. So becomes 2x – 1 = (x – 2)(x – 2). Note: A common mistake is to forget that (x – 2)2 is (x – 2)(x – 2) and not x2 + 4, nor x2 – 4; don’t fall for this. Don’t let this one scare you! Just remember your basic fraction rules and look for a pattern for factoring. Start by factoring out the x. Doing so leaves you with . (Remember that .

They should look something like this: x=0 However, has no solution because the principal square root of a number is always nonnegative. Hence, x = 0, 16. (If you need a refresher of exponential rules, flip to Chapter 5 for a quick review. ) 9. Simplify Solve It . Because these steps are reversible, we see that x = 1 is an extraneous root, and x = 5 is the solution! 10. Solve for x in Solve It 29 30 Part I: Setting the Foundation: The Nuts and Bolts of Pre-Calculus 11. Solve for x in Solve It 13.

So, for example, to the left rather than to the right. 43 44 Part I: Setting the Foundation: The Nuts and Bolts of Pre-Calculus Combinations of transformations Putting some or all the transformations into one function is itself a transformation. Here’s what it looks like: a · f[c(x – h)] + v where ✓ a is the vertical transformation ✓ c is the horizontal transformation ✓ h is the horizontal translation ✓ v is the vertical translation We recommend doing the translations first and then doing the other transformations.

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