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x^2(insert radical sign) x

is this statement always true
is this true when x is negative
is this never true
is this true when x=0

Wow can't understand this. Anyone explain this to me please

  • algebra -

    On iMac, "√" can be found by using option + v keys.

    x^2√x?

    There is no statement.

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