What are the solutions of equation : square root (5x-4)+square root(11x+4)=4square rootx?
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We have to solve sqrt (5x-4) + sqrt(11x+4) = 4*sqrt x
sqrt (5x-4) + sqrt(11x+4) = 4*sqrt x
square both the sides
=> (5x - 4) +...
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