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Wolfram them!

Just get the answers and study them later after class

(the square root of 4) can easily be written as: sqrt(4)

and powers are notated with a "^"
3^4 = 3*3*3*3 = 81

the rest just amounts to figuring out how to write these up into "like terms" id imagine

youll need that notational stuff for the wolf ;)

\[\sqrt{144}-\sqrt{40}-\sqrt{10}\rightarrow~sqrt(144)-sqrt(40)-sqrt(10)\]
good luck

Yeah, wolfram is confusing me. I don't know how to make the square roots and whta not..