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posted by margie .
sqrt50/sqrt2
(sqrt50)/(sqrt2)*(sqrt2/sqrt2)=
(sqrt50*sqrt2)/2 =sqrt100/2=10/2=5
Check my thinking.
thanks...
what does this equal:
3sqrt2+4sqrt2
3 times the square root of 2
PLUS
4 times the square root of 2.
This would equal 7 times the square root of 2, or 9.899...
THIS IS WAY OVER MY HEAD I'M IN 1ST GRADE BUT DON'T TELL ANYONE THIS BUT I KNOW ITS WRONG DON'T ASK WHY UNLESS YOU WANT TO GO OUT
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