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The equation root(x+1) - root(x-1) = root(4x-1) has how many solutions?
The equation root(x+1) - root(x-1) = root(4x-1) has how many solutions?

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6 years ago

Rinkoo Gupta
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```							root (x+1) -root(x-1)=root(4x-1)squaring both sides, we getx+1+x-1-2root(x^2-1)=4x-12x-2root(x^2-1)=4x-1-2x+1=2root(x^2-1)squaring again both sides4x^2+1-4x=4(x^2-1)4x^2+1-4x=4x^2-45=4xx=5/4Thanks & RegardsRinkoo GuptaAskIITians Faculty
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