How do you solve this one? √(x + 1) = √(5x + 4) √(x + 1) = √5x + 4)
x + 1 = 5x + 4 {squared each side of the equation, removing the radical signs} 1 = 4x + 4 {subtracted x from each side} 3 = 4x {subtracted 4 from each side} x = 3/4 {divided each side by 4}  Algebra House
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