How do you solve # 3(x5)^2  12 = 0#?
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To solve the equation 3(x5)^2  12 = 0:

Add 12 to both sides to isolate the squared term: 3(x5)^2 = 12

Divide both sides by 3 to isolate the squared term: (x5)^2 = 4

Take the square root of both sides: x  5 = ±√4

Solve for x: x  5 = ±2 x = 5 ± 2

Simplify: x = 5 + 2 or x = 5  2 x = 7 or x = 3
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