jgeertz
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I currently provide professional tutoring to high school and junior college students. I have been teaching at various levels from K  junior college for the past twenty years. I earned my M.S. in Education from the University of Rochester where my focus was education research methodology. Science, math, grammar, and writing skills are my areas of expertise.
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You are absolutely correct. There are no solutions. Let's solve the problem to see why. `sqrt(9y196) +sqrt(196) = sqrt49` Remove all the perfect squares from under the radical. In this problem... 
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`y=(x2)^3` Find the derivative of `f(x)=(x2)^3` Set the derivative to zero, then solve. `3(x2)^2=0` `x=2` To find the value of y, substitute 2 in `f(x) =(x2)^3` `f(2)=0` The critical point is... 
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`3x^2+6x4=3` The solutions to this quadratic equation aren't rational and can't be found by factoring. The quadratic formula must be used. First the equation must be set to zero by moving all... 
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`(p+7)/p + (2p)/(p+3)` Multiply each term by a factor that will equate both the denominators. Here, both terms need a denominator of p(p+3). `((p+3)/(p+3))* (p+7)/p + (2p)/(p+3) (p/p)`... 
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`2a (1/3)a^2 +5a +(1/9)a` `2a a^2/3 + 5a + a/9` Combine like terms. `7a  a^2/3 +a/9` Remember in order to add fractions, the denominators must be equal. Here, the least common denominator is 9....
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