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lokiando
 one year ago
pls help before i run out of time :(
The area of a square can be represented by the expression x^10. The side of the square can be written in the form x^n.
What is the value of n?
lokiando
 one year ago
pls help before i run out of time :( The area of a square can be represented by the expression x^10. The side of the square can be written in the form x^n. What is the value of n?

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lokiando
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0im thinking 5 but I may be wrong

pandaecat
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1I'd say it's 5 too... cuz when two square root value mutiply they adds, so when x^5 mutiply by x^5, it will turn out to be x^5+5 which is x^10
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