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Asked by VeraIt's too difficult to read. You should make sure to use brackets to make it completely clear what it is you're trying to write, even if you don't need brackets it can be helpful. E.g. is it (sqrt(x) / sqrt(7)) - sqrt(x) Or is it sqrt(x) / ((sqrt(7) - sqrt(x)) Or maybe sqrt(x) / sqrt(7 - x) What I'm seeing though, is one equation with two unknowns, which isn't solvable. Are you missing some more information?

It's too difficult to read. You should make sure to use brackets to make it completely clear what it is you're trying to write, even if you don't need brackets it can be helpful. E.g. is it (sqrt(x) / sqrt(7)) - sqrt(x) Or is it sqrt(x) / ((sqrt(7) - sqrt(x)) Or maybe sqrt(x) / sqrt(7 - x) What I'm seeing though, is one equation with two unknowns, which isn't solvable. Are you missing some more information?

It's too difficult to read. You should make sure to use brackets to make it completely clear what it is you're trying to write, even if you don't need brackets it can be helpful. What I'm seeing though, is one equation with two unknowns, which isn't solvable. Are you missing some more information?

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