Which of the following should be done to both sides of the equation x12=6 to solve the value of x ?(1 point) Responses divide by 12 divide by 12 multiply by −12 multiply by negative 12 multiply by 12 multiply by 12 multiply by 6 multiply by 6

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8 months ago

To solve for the value of x in the equation x12 = 6, you should divide both sides of the equation by 12.

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8 months ago

To solve the equation x^12 = 6, you should divide both sides of the equation by 12.

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8 months ago

To solve for the value of x in the equation x^12 = 6, you need to perform the same operation on both sides of the equation to maintain equality.

The correct operation to perform on both sides is to take the twelfth root of 6, also known as raising both sides of the equation to the power of 1/12.

So, the correct response is to divide both sides by 12. This operation will isolate x on one side of the equation and give you the solution for x.

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