How do I algebraically find the domain of sqrt (1 - x^2)? (i'll re-post as an equation)
I know the answer is [-1,1]. But how do I go about solving it algebraically.

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\[\sqrt{1-x^2}\]

set the expression underneath the radical greater or equal to 0
\[1-x^{2} \ge 0 \]

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