An equation that contains a radical expression is called a radical equation, and in this blog post, we will teach you how to solve this type of equations. A step-by-step guide to solving Radical Equations Isolate the radical on one side of the equation.Square both sides of the equation to remove the radical.Solve the equation for the variable.Plugin the answer (answers) into the original equation to avoid extraneous values. Examples Radical Equations - Example 1: Solve $$\sqrt{x}-5=15$$ Solution: Add 5 to both sides: $$\sqrt{x}=20$$, Square both sides:...