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10-114.

One way to solve $\sqrt{x+3}=−2x−4$ is to use a graph. .

1. On the same set of axes, graph $f(x)=\sqrt{x+3}$ and $g(x)=−2x−4$

2. Estimate the point of intersection.

3. Based on part (b), what is the approximate solution to the original equation?

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