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Which of the following is the correct domain for the function $f(x) = 5sqrt(x-3) ?$
1. ${x in RR | x >= 3}$
2. ${x in RR | x >= 0}$
3. ${x in RR | x >= 3/5}$
4. ${x in RR | x <= 3/5}$
Solve for all possible values of $x$. $(sqrt(x+3))/9=sqrt(x+1)$
1. $3, 9$
2. $-39/40$
3. $78/80$
4. $3$
Express with fractional exponents.

$root3(25^2)$
1. $25^(2/3)$
2. $5^(3)$
3. $root()(25^(3)$
4. $25^(3/2)$
Simplify the radical expression. $root3{:27x^4y^5$
1. $3xyroot3{:xy^2$
2. $5xyroot3{:xy^2$
3. $3xyroot3{:xy$
4. $3xy^2sqrtx$
Simplify.

$7sqrt2+3sqrt2$
1. $20$
2. $10sqrt2$
3. $21sqrt2$
4. $84$
What is the range of the function $y = 4e^(3x-5) + 3 ?$
1. ${y in RR | y >=0}$
2. ${y in RR | y >= 3}$
3. ${y in RR | y > 3}$
4. ${y in RR | y > 12}$
Simplify the radical expression. $root3 112 * root3 16$
1. $8root3 12$
2. $4root3 28$
3. $4root3 20$
4. $8root3 28$
Solve the radical equation $root3x = 10$.
1. $x=10$
2. $x=100$
3. $x=1000$
4. $x=10000$
Simplify the radical expression. $sqrt{:289x^10y^4$
1. $17x^10y^4$
2. $17x^5y^2$
3. $18x^5y^2$
4. $16x^5y^2$
Solve the radical equation $sqrt(9w-8)=8$.
1. $8$
2. $(56)/9$
3. $64$
4. $(64)/9$
Simplify the radical expression. $root5 {:m^15n^50$
1. $m^10n^3$
2. $m^3n^10$
3. $m^-3n^-10$
4. $m^-10n^-3$
Simplify the radical expression. $root6 192$
1. $-2root6 3$
2. $3 root6 2$
3. $2root6 3$
4. $-3root6 2$
Simplify the radical expression. $sqrt3 * sqrt{:16x^3$
1. $4sqrt{:3x^3$
2. $sqrt{:48x^3$
3. $4xsqrt{:3x$
4. $xsqrt{:48x$
Simplify. $root3(27x^10)$
1. $27x^10$
2. $root3(27x^10)$
3. $3root3(x^10)$
4. $(3x^3)root3x$