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If you mean sqrt (3w +13) = sqrt(5w-7) with all terms under the radical, then just square both sides.

then; 3w+13 = 5w-7 ( subtract 3w from each side )

13 = 2w-7 ( add 7 to both sides )

20 = 2w

10 = w

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