# Math

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i tried it again. is it (2 radical 2x)/(8)

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It depends if the expression is
√x/8 where there is no simplification, or
√(x/8)
=√x/√8
=√(x)/(2√2)
or, if you wish, it could have been
=√x/(2√2)

By the way, if you would like to write √, you could simply write
& r a d i c ;
without the intervening spaces.
Do not forget to add sufficient parentheses or else it would be ambiguous.

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After getting ã(x)/(2ã2)
why don't u multiply both sides by &radic(2)

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ok i kind of get it

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Yes, you have a point:
=√x/(2√2)
=(1/4)√(2x)

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