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# Algebra

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Dec 19, 2021

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$$\sqrt(x\sqrt(x))$$ on the inside of the parenthesis, move the x to the inside of the other sqrt, so that

$$\sqrt(\sqrt(x^3))$$ the inside sqrt can be combined with the 3 on the inside, so that
$$\sqrt(x^{3/2})$$. This is also the answer.

It can also be expressed as $$x^{3/4}$$

Dec 19, 2021