Should I Raise It To The Fifth Power?

Algebra Level 4

Given that \(x + \dfrac1x = 2\cos(42^\circ)\).

Without using a calculator, show that \(-\sqrt A = x^5 + \dfrac1{x^5} \) for some integer \(A\).

Submit your answer as \(A\).

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