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google it lol

what factors of 160 are perfect squares?

Oh come pls....its been almost 30 yrs since school

so you simply need the whole number of this thing?

it was 20 yrs for me lol

1.3 * sqrt(160 is what google will accept as the equation)

it is 1.3 root of the Sail Area. which is 16o sq-ft

oh

1.3 * sqrt(160) that is

I enterd the sqrt symbol
Thanks!!!

1.3 * sqrt(160) = 16.4438438

1.3 * sqrt(160) = 16.4438438 from the google :)

so 1.3√160= 16.44

Thanks for the help!!

youre welcome:)

Its 16.44..... All the Best :D

you think its 1.3 as the root to the radical instead of a square root?

yes!
1.3root of 160

1.3√160

not 1.3 x √160

1' 3/10 = 13/10..
160^(10/13) is the answer to that one then

huh?

160^(10 / 13) = 49.6

radicals are fractional exponents

yes
1.3rd root of 160 = 49.5994556

\[\sqrt[a]{b} = b^{1/a}\]

\[\sqrt[5]{12^2} = 12^{2/5}\]

:) youre welcome

\[\sqrt[1.3]{160}=\sqrt[13/10]{160}=160^{\frac{1}{13/10}}=160^{10/13}\]

but what is (DPN) if (DPN)=A+[B(DR)]
DR=18.923
and A,B are Linear Regression Coefficients

yipes!!.... what math you in that has that?

or does the A & B require a data set to determine the answer....been to long since Statistics 103

I'm 20 yrs past College

that is Statistics

ahh...im taking intro to stats this semester

I could do it if I had my old calculator and the cheat sheet I think

u in HS or College

college at 40

oh...LOL I went @ 27

49 now

or make a new one :) it wasnt one of those wristwatch calculators was it :)

:) thnx and good luck