Q: Solve the square root of 2x-5 equals 13?

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(2x5)-3

2x^3(x - 3)(x + 3)

lets say that you're doing a division problem that looks just like a multiplication problem. lets say its 10 divided by 5 so 2x5 equals 10 so the missing number in the problem is 2 MORE TO COME

It equals 60 Because 3•2 is 6 2•5 is 10 &. 10•6 is 60

you take the y=mx+b alright then you plug in your numbers. So say you got (5,4)(X,Y) and the slope was 2 the equation would then be 4=2(5)+b. Then you do 2x5 which equals 10. Then you divide the 10 on both sides. the 10 and the 10 cancel each other out and the 4/10 =2/5 and then 2/5=b. There you have it!

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If you mean, the square root of 4 multiplied by the square root of 5, that is 2x5=10 If you mean, the square root of ( 4x25), that is the square root of 100 which is 10

First, remember the order of operations. 2x5 comes first. 2x5=10, which makes 11-10 which makes 1.

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(2x5)-3

About 44.6Let's see: 402 = 1600. 502 = 2500. 452 = 2025. 442 = 1947.The square root of 1992 is between 44 and 45. Since 2025-1992 = 33 and 1992-1947 = 45, it is closer to 45. 44.6 would be a good guess.By using the square root key on a calculator, you get the exact value: 44.631827...Another way to check this out is by factoring 1992: 1992 = 2x996 = 2x2x498 = 2x2x2x249 = 23x3x83. 83 is a prime number so 1992 has been completely factored. Since you can't arrange the factors in two equal groups - as in 100 = (2x5)(2x5) - 1992 is not a perfect square.

2x5 and the rest is just fat people

To find out what 5x equals to, you have to post the rest of the equation.

2x^3(x - 3)(x + 3)

10

2 x 5 is the prime factorization of 10.

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lets say that you're doing a division problem that looks just like a multiplication problem. lets say its 10 divided by 5 so 2x5 equals 10 so the missing number in the problem is 2 MORE TO COME