Equations

Which of the following best describes a radical equation?

A radical equation is an equation where the variable is inside a radical.

A

A radical equation is an equation that does not have solutions.

B

A radical equation is an equation that has radical solutions.

C

A radical equation is an equation that has radical constants and/or coefficients.

D

A radical equation is an equation where the variable is inside a radical.

A

A radical equation is an equation that does not have solutions.

B

A radical equation is an equation that has radical solutions.

C

A radical equation is an equation that has radical constants and/or coefficients.

D

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