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sqrt(x)  sqrt (x5) = 1
hellpp solve for x pleasee

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sqrt(x)  sqrt (x5) = 1 >
sqrt(x5) = sqrt(x)  1
Square both sides:
x  5 = x + 1  2 sqrt(x) >
sqrt(x) = 3 >
x = 9
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