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# How To Solve this Problem Algebraically?

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1. sqrt(x-3) + sqrt(5) = sqrt(2) + sqrt(x+2)

2. Simplify: 9th root of (121060821x^520b^47228) EXPLAIN your thought procedure/thought process

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edited by Guest  Dec 3, 2022

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1. sqrt(x-3) + sqrt(5) = sqrt(2) + sqrt(x+2)

$$\sqrt{x-3} + \sqrt5 = \sqrt2 + \sqrt{x+2}\\$$

beats me.

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1.  As follows:

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Thanks Alan.  :)

Melody  Dec 4, 2022
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Thank you so very much. Does anyone have a clue as to how to do the second problem?

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This is all I can think of (though the result is rather ugly!):

Alan  Dec 4, 2022