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I have a sq root problem here goes ^5x=-5

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    just do the problum backwards if you have the answer to the square root what you do is square that number

    ^5x=5 5x5= 25
    ^25=5

    so now that you have the number being square rooted all you have to do is find our the answer to this equation

    5x?=25

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    x=?

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    thanks

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