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what is (sqrt)m12 simplified?

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  1. ChrisV
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    m a variable?

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    is it m^12?

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  3. nooklashon
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    yes

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    \[\sqrt{12m}\] \[2\sqrt{3m}\]

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    \[2\sqrt{3m}\]

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    m^6 then if it is m^12

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    lol thanks for stealing my fire lol

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    :)

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    Who stole what :D

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    \[\sqrt{m ^{12}}=m ^{6}\]

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    well technically its eaquals m^12/2= m^6

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    Yeah so, \[\sqrt{m ^{12}}\] is same as: \[\sqrt{x ^{6^{2}}}\] So take square roots, we end up with \[x ^{6}\]

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