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okay. so i don't know how to do the square root things. so this is going to be my square root sign: ^ Multiply:x
^7 ^14
---x---
^2 ^27

if you couls help i would be very greatful!

  • IB Algebra -

    You do the square root thing this way on these boards.
    sqrt 4 = 2
    sqrt 9 = 3
    sqrt (4*9) = sqrt 36 = 6

  • IB Algebra -

    can you help me with my questin though?

  • IB Algebra -

    I don't know what the problem is because I can't translate what you wrote. If you can put it in the form I showed you, perhaps I can help.

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