hi, I was wonderin how i would solve for X in the following equation...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex] 0 = 60x^2 - 90x^4 [/tex]

If i do add 90x^4 from both sides....and then go about solving for x, i get 1/x, which is the same as -x...and then i have to take the square root of a number, and i cant do that with a negative number. So.. yeah, i need help. my algebra skills are very rusty...thanks

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# Solving for x

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