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how does the first equation turn into the second one?
  • rvc
\[\rm \sqrt{x}~can~also~be~written~as~x^{\frac{1}{2}}\] \[\rm \sqrt{x}~.\sqrt{x}~also~be~written~as~x^{\frac{1}{2}}~.x^{\frac{1}{2}}-->x^{\frac{1}{2}+\frac{1}{2}}-->x^{1}-->x\]

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  • rvc
so \(\Large\rm\sqrt{x}~.\sqrt{x}=x\)
ohh i get it now!
\[\sqrt{3}\times \sqrt{3}=3\]
Just multiply it out [36 / sqrt(3)] * sqrt(3)/sqrt(3) = The sqrt(3) * sqrt(3) = 3 So, that equals [36 * sqrt(3)] / 3
  • rvc
correct @Mindblast3r :)
Hi MindBlast I neatened up my answer and deleted that earlier answer.
wow you guys really helped a lot, and yea i saw @wolf1728
  • rvc
All The Best :)
Okay mind blast
Heck, I think rvc did some good work too!
you both did.
Thanks - that's why I awarded him my own medal. And thank you mind blast
NP
okay - time to go c ya
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