Problem of the Week

To get more practice in equation, we brought you this problem of the week: How would you solve the equation \({(\frac{x3}{2})}^{2}+6=\frac{25}{4}\)? Check out the solution below! \[{(\frac{x3}{2})}^{2}+6=\frac{25}{4}\]

Problem of the Week

To get more practice in equation, we brought you this problem of the week: How would you solve the equation \({(\frac{x3}{2})}^{2}+6=\frac{25}{4}\)? Check out the solution below! \[{(\frac{x3}{2})}^{2}+6=\frac{25}{4}\]
