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Why is x=5 not defined as a real number in the following equation:
(sqrt1-((sqrt2)-(sqrtx)))

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New post 17 Mar 2009, 08:57
jaycurtis wrote:
Why is x=5 not defined as a real number in the following equation:
(sqrt1-((sqrt2)-(sqrtx)))


Jay,

that's an expression, not an equation. Did you copy that down right?

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