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4x to the sixth can be expanded to (4x * 4x * 4x)(4x * 4x * 4x)

or (4x to the third)(4x to the third)

the square root of the above would be 4x to the third

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It is x to the sixth power.

36

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The cube root of the square root is the sixth root. The sixth root of 729 = 3

It is 1.

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No, pi is not used to solve a square root problem.

The "sixth square root" is an ambiguous term. The "sixth root" of 126 ... the number which when multiplied by itself 6 times becomes 126 ... is 2.23904 (rounded)

The square root of 1/36 is equal to 1/sqrt(36) - that is, 1/6, or one sixth.

What square root property is essential to solve any radical equation involving square root?

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The sixth root of 100,000 is: ± 6.812921

It was invented because it is an easier way to solve math problems. The square root is like the inverse process of squaring or raising to the power of two.

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2x2 = 228 divide both sides by 2 x2 = 114 x = ±√114 by the square root property

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To solve this problem, you must first solve the smaller problems. The square root of 25 is 5, and the square root of 120 is 10.95. First solve the equation on the left side of the multiplication sign, which is 4 x 5. Now, multiple the answer of 20 by 10.95, which is 219.

square root of c to the second power is c

The square root of 2 to the power of 10 = 32

The equation is equivalent to 'x to the power of 4 thirds' times 'x to the power of 2.5'.Multiplyling them together, we simply add the powers, giving 'x to the power of 23/6' or the 'sixth root of x to the power of 23'.

i21 = square root of (-441)

√150 = 12.247448714

simply see what you can multiply twice to get the number under the square root sign.