Q: How do you simplify square root of x plus 10 plus square root of 10 divided by x algebraically?

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x^2 + 3x +7 = 0 doesn't factor neatly. Applying the quadratic equation, we find two imaginary solutions: (-3 plus or minus the square root of -19) divided by 2x = -1.5 + 2.179449471770337ix = -1.5 - 2.179449471770337iwhere i is the square root of negative 1

In this case you just add them together to make 9x.

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It cannot be simplified algebraically and needs to be calculated.

No, it cannot be simplified.

You need to combine the different parts that contain the variable "a". Just add the coefficients together algebraically.

Assuming you mean, 3 + √(27 ÷ 3) then 3 + √9 3 + 3 6

i got 42 divided 7x

Cannot be simplified

-19

This doesn't simplify unless you use the quadratic equation. If using the quadratic, the answer is 16 + -Ö 69 /5 In words, sixteen plus or minus the square root of sixty-nine divided by five

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10 square root 3.

18 + 3 = 21

There is no need to simplify this, it is only a sum. 21 + (10/2) - 18 = 8