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Solve for n: n√n=2√4. Justify your work with a written explanation.

 Nov 29, 2020
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n3/2  = 4

n = 42/3 = 2.5198421

 Nov 29, 2020
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...and 42/3 = \(\sqrt[3]{16}\)

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n√n=2√4

 

\(n\sqrt n=2\sqrt 4\\ \sqrt {n*n^2}=\sqrt {4*4}\\ n^3=16\\ n=\sqrt[3]{16} \)

 Nov 29, 2020

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