Answer is 3 - 2x?
Using the newly learnt lesson that the root of any positive integer is its absolute value (which is positive).
Going by this logic, [(x-3)^4]^1/4 evaluates to (-x+3); and sqrt(-x|x|) evalutates to -x.
So we get (-x + 3) - x = 3 - 2x
We can plug in any integer to check the ans.
if X = -1
[(-1-3)^4]^1/4+(1*|-1|)^1/2 = 5
3-2x = 3+2 = 5
So, we know 3-2x is correct!
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