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    what is the domain of √-4^4+x

    hi i need help on how to solve this question
    what is the domain of √-4^4+x ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by extraordinarymachine View Post
    hi i need help on how to solve this question
    what is the domain of √-44+x ?
    In order for that to exist, -44+x must be larger than or equal to 0. Can you solve -44+x\ge 0?
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