# Find the value of M in the equation √((M-4)(M+4))=3

Published on October 19, 2024

The equation "\[\sqrt{(M-4)(M+4)} = 3\]" was solved by squaring both sides, expanding, simplifying, and taking the square root to find the solutions M = 5 and M = -5.

Published on October 19, 2024

The equation "\[\sqrt{(M-4)(M+4)} = 3\]" was solved by squaring both sides, expanding, simplifying, and taking the square root to find the solutions M = 5 and M = -5.