MATH SOLVE

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# 17........................

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Answer:Step-by-step explanation:First, add 3 to both sides:-5 = -6∛(x²)Next, divide both sides by -6, to isolate ∛(x²):5/6 = ∛(x²)Eliminate the radical by cubing both sides:5³---- = x²6³Finally, take the square root of both sides. This will isolate x. There will be two roots: one +, the other -.x = ±√(5³/6³)This simplifies to: ± (5/6)∛(5/6).