What is the fastest way to find the sum of a column?
Click in the cell below the number, hit the Autosum button located on the Home tab-Editing section. Then hit enter.
Find X: 5X^2+8=133
To find out what X is, we first need to subtract 8 on both sides of the equation. 5X^2=125 Next we need to divide 5 on both sides of the equation to get the X by itself. X^2=25 We now need to take the square root of both sides to figure out what x is: X=5 To check your answer, plug in 5 to the equation: 5 (5^2)+8=133 5(25)+8=133 125+8=133
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