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# What is the solution to the inequality x squared equals to 25?

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###### 2013-01-15 00:28:22

"x squared equals to 25" is not an inequality! You need to re-think the question!

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If the 64 has a minus sign, then the solution is x = +/-5 Simplifying gives 4x squared = 100 ie x squared = 25...

Five squared is five times five, which equals twenty five(25).

5 squared equals 25. This is because 5*5 = 25. The definition of squared means you are multiplying a number times itself.

Just add 25 to both sides of the inequality - that way, you will isolate the "x", i.e., solve for "x".

a square number e.g 5 squared would be like 5x5 so 5 squared equals 25 and 5x5=25

a squared plus b squared equals c squared.example: a=5 5sq is 25 b=8 bsq is 64 64+25 or a squared + b squared=89. then you find the square root of 89 and there's your answer. 9.4 [rounded]

The question contains an expression, not an equation nor inequality. An expression cannot have a solution.

The Square Root of 624 is 24.9799919936 according to my little calculator. BTW, 25 squared is 625.

this is a pythagorean triple and c2=169 so c=13 25+144=169=132

If x squared is not 5, then x is not equal to 5. Do not fall for the trap that the converse is "if x-squared = 25 then x = 5" since that is not a true statement.

If 2+3 5s 5 squared is 25 then 25 times 2 equals 50

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