Extraneous Solutions

Extraneous Solutions


An extraneous solution is a root of a transformed equation that is not a root of the original equation because it was excluded from the domain of the (1)

A solution of a simplified version of an equation that does not satisfy the original equation. Watch out for extraneous solutions when solving equations (2)

Extraneous solutions calculator

Extraneous solutions calculator. Welcome to our step-by-step math solver! Solve · Simplify · Factor · Expand · Graph · GCF (3)

Sometimes when solving math problems the process of simplifying creates a different domain than the original equation. This creates an invalid solution (4)

Identify Extraneous Solutions to Radical Equations – Expii

An extraneous solution is a solution that does not work. When working with radicals you might end up with multiple “solutions” due to squaring. You have to plug (5)

Extraneous solutions. Suppose that x is the variable to be solved for in some equation. If we increase the degree of x in the equation (for example, (6)

I can solve radical functions and determine if solutions are extraneous. In the previous lesson, we learned that when you solve a rational equation there 6 pages(7)

How do I check for extraneous solutions? – Socratic

1 answerA lot of times in algebra, especially when you deal with radical functions, you will end up with what you call extraneous solutions.(8)

Extraneous solutions to radical equations – Khan Academy Wiki

The Extraneous solutions to radical equations exercise appears under the Algebra I Math Mission, Mathematics II Math Mission, Algebra II Math Mission and (9)

What’s the deal with those extraneous solutions we get when solving radical equations? Why do we get two answers but sometimes have to throw out one or even (10)