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## #101 2013-11-16 13:34:56

bobbym

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I repeated it because of this:

But when 9 is in a square root sign it gives two answers i.e -3 and 3.

I wanted him to be sure that the answer is only 3. 1 answer not 2.

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I have the result, but I do not yet know how to get it.
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## #102 2013-11-18 19:26:59

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Hi, bobym.

Look the link you provided at page 4 concerning the square roots signs.
It says so:

When two numbers are multiplied within a square root, you can split it into a multiplication of two square roots.
But only when X and Y are both greater than or equal to 0.
My question is:

Which figure is equal to zero before  the splitting will be possible?

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