# Paper Writing Services 1.Create an equation that results in at least one extraneous solution. Work through your equation, justify each step, and explain how the solution is extraneous. 2.Using the properties of exponents and radicals, design at least three different equivalent forms of x². You must show how each one can be simplified back to x² in two or more steps. Stretch your mind and get creative! Keep in mind that sometng too simple, like x • x would not be acceptable since it takes only one step to convert it to x². 3.Substitute your birthday into the equation sqrt(x-y) + m = d, where y is the last two digits of your birth year, m is the month, and d is the day. If you were born on 7/10/1856 like

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through your equation, justify each step, and explain how the solution is extraneous. 2.Using the properties of exponents and radicals, design at least three different equivalent forms of x². You must show how each one can be simplified back to x² in two or more steps. Stretch your mind and get creative! Keep in mind that sometng too

1.Create an equation that results in at least one extraneous solution. Work through your equation, justify each step, and explain how the solution is extraneous. 2.Using the properties of exponents and radicals, design at least three different equivalent forms of x². You must show how each one can be simplified back to x² in two or more steps. Stretch your mind and get creative! Keep in mind that sometng too simple, like x • x would not be acceptable since it takes only one step to convert it to x². 3.Substitute your birthday into the equation sqrt(x-y) + m = d, where y is the last two digits of your birth year, m is the month, and d is the day. If you were born on 7/10/1856 like Nikola Tesla, your equation would be sqrt(x-56) + 7 = 10. Solve for x and identify if it is an extraneous solution.

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