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solve using fractional exponent √t?

√t is it √t^1/2?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Vt = t^1/2.

    You can remember this if you know how exponents are added when multiplying.

    So, Vt x Vt = t and t^1/2 x t^1/2 = t^(1/2+1/2) = t^1 = t

  • 1 decade ago

    solve using fractional exponent √t?

    √t is it √t^1/2?

    Yes it is.

    t^1/3 = cube rootof t and in general:

    t^1/n = the nth root of t.

  • mccann
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    4 years ago

    the answer to first area isn't any. you are able to not locate x with the help of four worry-unfastened maths operations, addition subtraction, multiplication and branch. in fact those are arithmetical operations. in case you call log as worry-unfastened Mathematical operation then specific. it is.

  • 1 decade ago

    sqr(t) = t^(1/2)

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