Find the squareroot. Assume that all of the variables represent positive real numbers.
1. The squareroot 25x^12
Find the cube root.
2. ^3 squareroot 512
Simplify the radical expressions. Assume that all variables represent positive real numbers.
3. the squareroot of 72 multiply the squareroot of 2
4. the square
This question arises typically when dealing with the principal squareroot which is the full name of the function involving the radical. An absolute value can arise from a simplification whenever the index is an even integer. Here are two cases, one when the absolute value is simplified out and one when it is required in the fin
The sum of 2 nonnegative numbers is 20. Find the numbers if:
a)if the product of one number and the squareroot of the other is to be as large as possible, and
b)if one number plus the squareroot of the other is to be as large as possible.
In a radical, root expression with an exponent inside, on the radicand or a factor of the radicand, is equal to an even number index, then we need use absolute value in our answer answer. Possibly, this simplifies out, depending on other conditions. What are the rules and reasoning for this?
Directions: List all numbers from the given set B that are members of the given Real Number subset. Please explain.
B=[ 19, squareroot 8, -5, 0, 0.7 as a repeating decimal, squareroot of 9] Integers
B= [ 17, squareroot of 5, -2, 0,0.7 as a repeating decimal, squareroot 16,] Whole numbers
B= [ 6,squareroot v8, -1