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Simplify the square root of the fifth root of 64q^8v^6

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Square root equivalent to power 1/2
Fifth root equivalent to power 1/5
square root of fifth root (if argument of square root is positive) is equivalent to power 1/10
64^(1/10)*q^(4/5)*v^(3/5)
using 64=2^6 you get 2^(3/5)*q^(4/5)*v^(3/5)

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SOURCE: the square root of one-fifth minus the square root

Sq. Rt of 1/5 (or .2) is:

0.44721359549995793928183473374626

Sq Rt of 5 is:

2.2360679774997896964091736687313

0.44721359549995793928183473374626 - 2.2360679774997896964091736687313 =

-1.788854381999831757127338934985

Rounded it is -1.79.

Thanks for using Fixya.


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Sq. Rt of 1/5 (or .2) is:

0.44721359549995793928183473374626

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