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Re: solving for x
Posted:
Feb 11, 2005 4:01 PM


Isn't 2 an answer? I mean, I plug in 2 into both sides of the eqn and I get 2=2, which I know is true. Since the value x=2 leads to a statement that is true (i.e. 2=2), it must also be a solution. So x=2 works.
No wait, isn't 3 an answer? I put 3 into both sides of the equation and it also seems to work?
Isn't 4 an answer?
Isn't 5?
Isn't Pi?
Dang, I can't sem to find a value for x that doesn't work. Can you?
GL,
J
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