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A Reasonable Restriction Set for Solving Radical Equations

Vladimir Gurevich 

December 2003, Volume 96, Issue 9, Page 662

Abstract:
A method that identifies and eliminates extraneous solutions of a radical equation at the beginning of the solution process instead of at the end. It allows students to solve problems in a straightforward manner, accepting rather than rejecting solutions.

Keywords:
Article
Algebra
Conceptual Development
Grades 9-12
Curriculum
Teacher