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I completely forgot the rules but....
if you have
((1-x)^1/2)^2

Then would you multiply the exponents to get 2/2 = 1

or add them to get 3/2

  • math -

    raising to a power means multiply exponents

    Surely you recall that (√x)^2 = x
    That's the definition of √x

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