# How do you solve #sqrtx (sqrt9 - 4÷3) = sqrt25#?

##### 1 Answer

#### Answer:

Remember PEMDAS

#### Explanation:

- Do inside (), and turn division to fraction. It will look like

#sqrt(x) * (3-4/3) = sqrt(25)#

- To finish (), you need LCD. LCD will be
#3# , and turn 3 to#(9/3)# .

What is

#sqrt(x) * (5/3) = sqrt(25)#

- Take square root of
#25# . It will look like

#sqrt(x) * (5/3)=5#

- Multiply each side by
#3/5# . It will look like

#sqrt(x) * cancel(5/3) * cancel(3/5) = cancel(5) * 3/cancel(5)#

#sqrt(x) = 3#

- Now take the square of each side. It will look like

#(sqrt(x))^2 = 3^2#

#x = 9#

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