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Which of the following represents the radical in simplest form? √x^16
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Kreshnik
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if you'd have
\[\LARGE \sqrt{x^2}\]
how would it be? :)
qwertyfreak
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huh?
johnrr
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x^16 = ( x^8 )^2
This might help?
qwertyfreak
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x^8
x^4
x^7√x
The question was which of the following, and I forgot to list the following. So here..
Kreshnik
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yes but you need to know this formula:
\[\Huge \sqrt[a]{x^b}=\left(x\right)^{\frac ba }\]
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you have:
\[\Huge \sqrt[2]{x^{16}}=x^?\]
how would it be?? (just follow the formula)
Kreshnik
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@qwertyfreak still confused? :)
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uh yeah..
Kreshnik
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where are you confused
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everywhere, I dont know how to do this
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\[\Huge \sqrt[2]{x^{16}}=\left(x\right)^{\frac{16}{2}}=x^? \]