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It's the square root of a2+b2. It cannot be simplified. It is NOT a+b. The answer is c square.

Use Pythagoras' Theorem - the hypothenuse of a right triangle is square root of (a2 + b2)Use Pythagoras' Theorem - the hypothenuse of a right triangle is square root of (a2 + b2)Use Pythagoras' Theorem - the hypothenuse of a right triangle is square root of (a2 + b2)Use Pythagoras' Theorem - the hypothenuse of a right triangle is square root of (a2 + b2)

First of all, let say we have a square with the side of a. We have the area of the square is a2 (a*a). In other words, the square root of the area of that square is a (square root of a2 is a). To calculate the square root of a chicken, what you need to do is to crush the chicken and shape all that crushes into a square. Based on the idea of the square above, since the whole chicken is the area of that square, the length of a side of that square would be a square root of a chicken. There you have it.

in it's simplest form square root everything to get: a+b=8 i.e. a=8-b or b=8-a

That's the same as the square root of 150 or 5√6 . But the square root is multiplied by x-A2 +Bi4 +5/6 √10√15 = √150 = √(25 x 6) = 5√6

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sqrt(a2 + b2) can't be simplified. Neither can (a2 + b2) .

a2 + 62 = 122 a2 + 62 - 62 = 122 - 62 a2 = 144 - 36 a2 = 108 taking the square root of each side, we get a equal plus or minus the square root of 108, or plus or minus 6 times the square root of 3.

It's the square root of a2+b2. It cannot be simplified. It is NOT a+b. The answer is c square.

The square root of A2 is... A !

5 - a - 1 + c - 6a2 + a2

Let A1 be the area of the first square and X the length of its side Let A2 be the area of the second square and Y the length of its side A1 = X2 , A2 = Y2 , A1/A2 = X2/Y2 , Square Root (A1/A2) = Square Root ( X2/Y2), X/Y = Square Root (A1/A2) = Square Root (2/1) = 1.414

The idempotent matrix is also called square root of a matrix. i.e.)A2=A

Unfortunately the first term to be squared is not given. However, if the question was about a2 + b2, I regret that there is no simplification. You simply have to calculate the two squares, add them and take the square root.

( A2 / B1/3 ) x (B / A1/2 ) = ( A2 / A1/2 ) x ( B / B1/3 ) = A3/2 x B2/3

Use Pythagoras' Theorem - the hypothenuse of a right triangle is square root of (a2 + b2)Use Pythagoras' Theorem - the hypothenuse of a right triangle is square root of (a2 + b2)Use Pythagoras' Theorem - the hypothenuse of a right triangle is square root of (a2 + b2)Use Pythagoras' Theorem - the hypothenuse of a right triangle is square root of (a2 + b2)

First of all, let say we have a square with the side of a. We have the area of the square is a2 (a*a). In other words, the square root of the area of that square is a (square root of a2 is a). To calculate the square root of a chicken, what you need to do is to crush the chicken and shape all that crushes into a square. Based on the idea of the square above, since the whole chicken is the area of that square, the length of a side of that square would be a square root of a chicken. There you have it.

in it's simplest form square root everything to get: a+b=8 i.e. a=8-b or b=8-a

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