Subject: Square roots
HERE GOES(I WILL USE Q AS THE SYMBOL FOR SQUARE ROOT):
8(Q2) - 5(Q2) + Q2 MY ANSWER WAS 3(Q4) AS WAS MENTION IT WAS WRONG.
SECOND PROBELM IS
(1 + Q2)2 MY ANSWER WAS 3-6(Q2)
3/(2-Q5) MY ANSWER WAS 6+Q5/9
WAIT A MINUTE I HAVE ONE MORE THAT I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO SOLVE IT IS
(Q2 - Q3) (Q2 + Q3)
I'VE JUST STARTED HOMESCHOOLING AND MY MOM AND DAD ARE NOT TOO GOOD IN MATH SO ANY HELP YOU CAN LEND WOULD BE MUCH APPRECIATED.
A good idea with some of these problems is to replace the square root of 2 with the square root of 9 which is 3. So in the first problem you have eight 3's minus five 3's plus one 3, that is (8 -5 +1) 3's or (4)3's.
Promlem 2: (1 + Q2)2
Problem 3: 3/(2-Q5)
Problem 4: (Q2 - Q3) (Q2 + Q3)