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John and Tim are looking at the equation √(3x + 4) = x. John says that the solution is extraneous. Tim says the solution is non-extraneous. Is John correct? Is Tim correct? Are they both correct? Justify your response by solving this equation, explaining each step with complete sentences.

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Square both sides and factorise

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

4x+4?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

you square both sides to get 3x + 4 = x^2

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Is that it?

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3x^2+16?

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then you factorise |dw:1380747601194:dw|

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