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There is no answer to this problem unless x is 0. For the suare root of 98x to be a real number, x has to be positive or zero. For the square root of -147x to be a real number, x has to be negative or zero. Seeing has x has to fit both requirements, the problem has an answer only if x is zero.

What is the limit as x approaches infinity of the square root of x? Ans: As x approaches infinity, root x approaches infinity - because rootx increases as x does.

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when x is a negative number --- is a wrong answer since square root of a negative number is not defined. So x has to be zero or a positive number. The correct answer is that when x lies between 0 and 1 (with both limits excluded), its square root is greater than the number itself. Of course at both limits, the square root (assuming the positive square root - since a square root of a number can be positive or negative, both with the same absolute value) is the same as the number.

x/x^(1/2)= x^(1/2) or square root of x. When you divide the same base, but with a different exponent, you subtract the exponent of the denominator from that of the numerator.

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No. The Square root of x is not the value of x. So it can not be simplified beyond: Root X + root 3x Yes. The square root of 3x equals the square root of 3 times the square root of x, so when you add another square root of x, you can factor out the square root of x, thereby simplifying the expression to the square root of x times the sum of one plus the square root of three.

The square root of the fifth root of x is the tenth root of x.

Yes, because when x equals 1, the square root of x is rational and the square root of -x is irrational, and when x equals -1, the square root of x is irrational and the square root of -x is rational.

The fraction must be rationalized. Since it is the square root of x in the denominator, you are going to multiply the numerator and denominator by the square root of x. For simplicity of the problem, root will take the place of the symbol for square root: root(3y)/root(x) root(3y)*root(x)/root(x)*root(x) root(3xy)/x The simplified answer is going to be the square root of 3xy divided by x. Hope that helped.

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square root of 4x is 2 times square root of x, so answer is square root of x times 3 since it is 2 square roots of x plus one of them

We use the property of square roots that says the square root of (ab)=square root (a) multiplied by square root of b So square root (4x)=square root (4) mutiplies by square root of x =2(square root (x)) 2sqrt(x)

Square root of x = x^0.5

Square root of 56 = Square root of (4 x 14) = (Square root of 4) x (Square root of 14) = 2 x (Square root of 14) The actual value would be 2 x 3.741 = 7.482

It seems to be 25. Call your number "x". x = 5 square root of (5 square root of (5 ...) Square it; this will eliminate the outermost square root sign: x squared = 25 times 5 square root of (5 square root of (... Dividing the second equation by the first one, you get: x squared / x = 25 x / x x = 25

Its the square root of 2 times x Ambiguous. More clear is x times square root of 2

SQRT(X) * SQRT(X) = X

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