# How do you solve #x²=121#?

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To solve the equation (x^2 = 121), you would take the square root of both sides of the equation.

(x^2 = 121)

(x = \pm \sqrt{121})

(x = \pm 11)

So, the solutions to the equation (x^2 = 121) are (x = 11) and (x = -11).

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