# Solve for x -5 = square root of 3x-7

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- Solve for x x^2-5x>0
- Divide Using Long Polynomial Division (7x-3x^2+5)/(4+2x^2)
- Find the Tangent (x,( square root of 7)/3)
- Find the Range y=3x^2+12x+10
- Evaluate 2.54÷0.6
- Find the Local Maxima and Minima f(x)=5x^2+7x+8
- Find the Derivative f(x)=9/(x^3)
- Factor -3x^6-9x^5+120x^4
- Rewrite in Standard Form y+8=3/2*(x-7)
- Expand Using the Binomial Theorem (x^2+y^5)^9