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EMERGENCY PLEASE HELPPPPPPPPPPPPP!!!! :[ ... Will FAN and GIVE MEDAL !!! DESPERATE I know the answer to the first one is 6w^2√2 i just dont know how to show my work A.√(6w^(3)) √(12w) 4. The graph of f (x ) is show below ( cant get a photo but it looks like a normal graph with a 'w' to the left side on the graph) a. On this coordinate plane draw the graph of 1f (x )  . (1 pt) b. Is f (x ) a function? (1pt) c. Is 1f (x )  a function? (1 pt)

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Can you please just type out the exact wording of the problem? 'm having a hard time understanding what exactly you're looking for.
Thank you for becoming my fan, but I really do not understand what the formula 6w^2√2 is supposed to mean...
1. Simplify each expression. Show all work, step-by-step. (3 pts each) a. √6w^3 times √12w

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Is it:\[\sqrt{6w^3}*\sqrt{12w}\]
yes :]
Simplified: 6 sqrt(2) w^2 (Picture attached with how it looks.)
In that case I would write\[\sqrt{72w^4}=\sqrt{36w^4}\sqrt{2}=6w^2\sqrt{2}\](assuming w>=0)
thank you so much you were both a great help !
As you can see, if you compare pathosdebaters' answer and mine, there are two ways to write the answer!
Yeah, both ways work since you can arrange multiplicative devices around with the same results.
awesome ! thanks so much now i just gotta figure out the last one lol im horrible with graphs
WHat's the exact wording of the problem?
4. The graph of f (x ) is show below a. On this coordinate plane draw the graph of 1f (x )  . (1 pt) b. Is f (x ) a function? (1pt) c. Is 1f (x )  a function? (1 pt)
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thats a horrible drawing i did of the graph im looking at for number 4
pathosdebater still there ?

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