f(x) = x^2 sqrt(5-x^3)-1

Hi, this equation is not an inequality equation.

The domain of f(x) is 5-x^3>=0, x^3<=5, x<=1.71

hello , sorry i worded it wrong. I have to find the domain using algebra, which i have to do by solveing an inequality. What is the inequality. And what is domain.

The inequality is 5-x^3>=0, x^3<=5, x<=1.71

Tips: the things under the square root always has to be greater than zero.

my bad, greater than or equal to zero

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