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Can you solve this problem

Simply sqrt81x^4

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  • adrianardgue Oct 02, 2009

    can you solve this problem :

    1/2x-1/4y-2/4=0

  • PureFire May 11, 2010

    I'm guessing you need some homework done...

    Thanks,
    Jack.


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Easy,

sqrt(81x^4)
=sqrt(9*9*x*x*x*x)
=9*x*x
=9x^2


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