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    Solve equation

    Solve equation
    \sqrt{x^{2}+9}-\sqrt{x^{2}-7}=2\sqrt{5x-1}-\sqrt{3x-2}-\sqrt{x-1}
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    Re: Solve equation

    How do you suggest we should proceed?

    x must be at least \sqrt{7}. Tell me how I know that.
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