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anonymous

  • 4 years ago

I need help putting the answer to this problem in my hw website... it has to be without radicals. instead you use ^(1/2) and parenthesis.

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  1. anonymous
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  2. Hero
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    I believe you posted this yesterday as well.... Let's have a look

  3. anonymous
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    yes, but no right answer

  4. anonymous
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    use <sup></sup> for superscripts in html you can look up other html math tags

  5. anonymous
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    what?

  6. anonymous
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    i dont think you do that on my hw site

  7. anonymous
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    just ( ) and / and ^

  8. anonymous
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    if you have access to the code you can use x<sup>2</sup> to raise x to the 2nd power for example

  9. Hero
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    are you sure you can't approximate the answer?

  10. anonymous
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    dont know

  11. anonymous
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    im using a whole new site for this math class

  12. Hero
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    cyster might be on the right track with squaring both sides...let's see what this leads to

  13. anonymous
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    so what would the answer look like?

  14. anonymous
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    6<sub>2 + 8<sub>2 / 14 <sub>2 ???

  15. Hero
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    Nope, it doesn't get us anywhere. By the way, how do you know that x has to be a whole number?

  16. anonymous
    • 4 years ago
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    i have no idea

  17. Hero
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    Approximate x I get: \[x = \frac{\sqrt{7}(\sqrt{3}+2)}{7}\] which approximates to x = 1.41

  18. Hero
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    Try that and see what happens

  19. Hero
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    Can you input fractions and roots? If you can, do that instead.

  20. anonymous
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    ok 1.41 is right

  21. anonymous
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    how did u get to the step you have above?

  22. anonymous
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    you there?

  23. Hero
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    algebraic steps

  24. anonymous
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    could you show me?

  25. Hero
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    vyew?

  26. anonymous
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    sure

  27. Hero
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    k, one sec

  28. Hero
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    http://vyew.com/room#/418625/Open_Study

  29. anonymous
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    Ive been getting the wrong answer to this prob too. I think its because of the way Im putting it in the website though...

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