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A Real Number problem (Posted on 2006-08-16) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Given that x is a real number, determine all possible solutions of:
√(x-1) + √(3-x) = x² - 4x + 6

See The Solution Submitted by K Sengupta    
Rating: 4.0000 (2 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
Some ThoughtsSolutionDanish Ahmed Khan2012-10-26 05:04:12
It's easier than you make itPeter2006-12-11 20:56:52
re(3): go graphicalRichard2006-08-17 22:58:24
re(2): go graphicalGamer2006-08-17 20:30:55
Solutiona solutionStefan2006-08-17 03:50:54
re: go graphicalRichard2006-08-17 00:33:03
Solutiongo graphicalLarry2006-08-16 21:39:45
my solutionDaniel2006-08-16 16:21:36
Some ThoughtsAn ideaOld Original Oskar!2006-08-16 13:36:40
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