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Q: What is the square root of 50x to the 4th power?

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sqrt[(-50x)5] = sqrt(-312500000x5) = Â± 17677.6695*x2.5 * i where i is the imaginary square root of -1.

X = any number you like. You see, in order to solve for x, one would have to know what those two things equaled. For instance, what if x = zero? The square root of 2 times zero multiplied by the square root of 50 times zero, is going to be zero.

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It is -50X-110.

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Try a 50X or 100X power telescope.

The formula for finding the area of a rectangle is A = LW. You can find the length by dividing the area by the width: A = LW x² + 50x = L * x (x² + 50x)/x = L X + 50 = L

¹ ² 25 x 25 ------- 125 50X ------- 625

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4 x 3 = 12 so 12 + 50x = 250 so 50x=250-12 50x = 238 x = 238/50 x = 4.76

If that's 100 + 50x, it factors to 50(2 + x)

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