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Lesson 28: Radical Equations

The lesson begins with an emphasis on isolating the radical expression in a radical equation and then highlights the importance of checking for extraneous solutions that may be generated when the equation is solved by applying even powers. Equations containing two radical expressions and then presented, followed by coverage of taking the \(n\)th root of \(a^n\).

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Creator(s): 
Bruce Yoshiwara (Pierce College) and Kathy Yoshiwara (Pierce College)
Cataloger: 
Bohdan Rhodehamel
Publisher: 
Developmental Mathematics Collection
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CC BY-NC-SA

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