How do you solve #sqrt(4x - 3) = 2 + sqrt(2x - 5)#?
First let's fix the domain:
Then let's square both parts:
let's put the irrational term on the right and the remaining terms on the left:
let's divide all terms by 2:
let's again square both parts:
whose solutions are x=2 and x=7
but only the second one belongs to the domain