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11-133.

Solve the following equations as indicated. Check your solutions if possible.

1. Solve for $x:0=|3x-3|$

x = 1

2. Solve for $x:x2−3(2x+3)=x2−3$

Subtract $x^{2}$ from both sides of the equation. Be careful to distribute a $−3$ over the quantity in parentheses.

3. Solve for $p:0=(p−3)2−p2$

$\left(p − 3\right)^{2} = \left(p − 3\right)\left(p − 3\right)$

4. Solve for $w:u=\frac{v+2}{w}$

Multiply both sides of the equation by w then divide both sides by $u$.