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Using the properties of exponents and radicals, design at least three different equivalent forms of x². You must show how each one can be simplified back to x² in two or more steps. Keep in mind that something too simple, like x • x would not be acceptable since it takes only one step to convert it to x².

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is this something like you are asking...i will explain just trying to ensure this is what you are asking

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I don't even know to be honest , I don't understand the question at all :'(

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I think it is asking you to come up with 3 different ways to produce x^2 using exponents and radical signs...

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Yes I got that but I don't understand how to do that .

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one way is the example I showed above

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you can use the cube root also. remember cube root of 8 is 2

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Okay

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