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Q: Solve x squared plus 2x - 13 equals 2?

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The equation describes a circle with its centre at the origin and radius = âˆš13. Each and every point on that circle is a solution.

5

To solve for x, we'd have to know what this expression equals.

It also equals 13 12.

(-3, -5)

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The equation describes a circle with its centre at the origin and radius = âˆš13. Each and every point on that circle is a solution.

5

X +13 equals 22, X equals nine

12 + 5 equals...

To solve for x, we'd have to know what this expression equals.

It also equals 13 12.

(-3, -5)

2 squared plus 2 squared equals 16 because 2 squared is 4 times 4 equals 16. Math: 4x4=16 so your answer is 16 :)!

this is a pythagorean triple and c2=169 so c=13 25+144=169=132

If: 2a+13 = 5a+1 Then: a = 4

This is the common form of the Pythagorean Theorem. It describes the relationship between the two legs of a right triangle and the hypotenuse.

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