# SOLUTION: 1. Find the domain: square root of 10-2x 2. Simplify without radicals square root of (25x^2 + 16)^2 3. Write as a radical expression A^2/5 4. Rewrite under one radical squ

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 Question 107718: 1. Find the domain: square root of 10-2x 2. Simplify without radicals square root of (25x^2 + 16)^2 3. Write as a radical expression A^2/5 4. Rewrite under one radical square root of x times square root of (x^4)^5 Thank You Very Much!!!Answer by stanbon(57967)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!1. Find the domain: square root of 10-2x 10-2x >= 0 2x<=10 x<=5 Domain: all Real numbers less than or equal to five -------------------------- 2. Simplify without radicals square root of (25x^2 + 16)^2 25x^2+16 -------------------- 3. Write as a radical expression A^2/5 sqrt(A^4/25) ---------------------- 4. Rewrite under one radical square root of x times square root of (x^4)^5 = sqrt(x*x^20) = sqrt(x^21) ======================== Cheers, Stan H.