There is no extraneous solution.
Work Step by Step
$-t=\sqrt-6t-5$ With $t=-5$ then $-(-5)=\sqrt-6(-5)-5$ $5=5$ With $t=-1$ then $-(-1)=\sqrt-6(-1)-5$ $1=1$ Hence, there is no extraneous solution.
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