anonymous
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2^(5/2)-2^(3/2)
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anonymous
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Do you have any idea how to solve it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I dont
anonymous
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Im completely lost.

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anonymous
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You can do the following: 2* Sqrt[2]+2S*qrt(2)
anonymous
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i might have an idea ...
anonymous
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sorry: =4*sqrt(2)+2*sqrt(2) =6*sqrt(2)
anonymous
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That is the answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\sqrt{2^{5^{}}}-\sqrt{2^{3}}= 2^{5/2}-2^{3/2}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
right?
anonymous
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...and that = \[2\sqrt{2^{3}}-\sqrt{2^{3}}\]
anonymous
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....
anonymous
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The answer is 2^(3/2)
anonymous
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... and continue
anonymous
  • anonymous
continue what?
anonymous
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that equals \[\sqrt{2^{3}}\]
anonymous
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which equals ...
anonymous
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=4*sqrt(2)+2*sqrt(2) =6*sqrt(2) if sqrt(2)=2^(1/2), we have that: 6*sqrt(2)=6^(1/1)*(2^(1/2)) =(6*2)^(1+1/2) =12^3/2
anonymous
  • anonymous
THat is what i got
anonymous
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how the hell did u get that from the equation we stared with....just asking lol
anonymous
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\[\sqrt{2^{3}}=2\sqrt{2}\] or \[\sqrt{8}=2\sqrt{2}\] right?
anonymous
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sqrt(any_number)<=>(any_number)^(1/2)
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
anonymous
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\[x ^{1/2}=\sqrt{x}\]
anonymous
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sqrt(8)=sqrt(2*4) if 4=2^2 then you can get sqrt(4)=2 so sqrt(8)=2*sqrt(2) You are right Terra B Can you teache me how to write down the sqrt symbol please
anonymous
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press the equation button below the place you type here. it's to the bottom left
anonymous
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then a box with symbols pops up
anonymous
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\[\sqrt{x}+3\]
anonymous
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yeah
anonymous
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I got it! Thanks guys. Now it is gonna be more fun besides openstudy. Thanks Im gonna become your fan
anonymous
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sweet i hope your work goes well
anonymous
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Thanks, but Im a student yet
anonymous
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hey he just wants to get ur pants peace out guys;)
anonymous
  • anonymous
:)
anonymous
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Ok time to move on. See you guys,
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