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5 months ago@kittybasil

5 months agokk xd. And yeah you're right but do you understand why?

5 months ago|dw:1539926408020:dw| You can draw it like this. Every angle in the middle is 72 degrees.

5 months agoThis is invalid. Not because the premise isn't true, the premise is always true. But there's nothing that says when "the triangles are not congruent"

5 months agoHere's a hint: x to the \(\frac{1}{2}\) power is also known as \(\sqrt{x}\)

5 months agoA and D and E

5 months agoNot quite.

5 months agoFor B, if you multiplied the exponents:\[\Huge{(x^5)^{\frac{1}{8}}}=x^{(5\times\frac{1}{8})}=x^{\frac{5}{8}}\]

And D, that's what I explained with the hint. Not sure what the third one is yet. 5 months ago

MM OK SO just two then

5 months agoWell, it asks for 3 so

5 months agoit might the first one

5 months agoUnfortunately I really wouldn't be able to give you a solid suggestion because they all look wrong to me lol

5 months agoOne of them must be right but I don't know which

5 months ago@SmokeyBrown any tips? :p

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5 months ago@SmokeyBrown

5 months agoYeah, I agree with kitty, and I think the first one would also be correct. Since the associative property applies to multiplication, the first option and the fourth option are equivalent.

5 months agofor the ones are equivalent ?

5 months agoyeah

5 months agox 5/8 the first, second and fourth

5 months agocorrect ?

5 months agoYeah, that's right

5 months agoalright thank you smoke

5 months agoNo problem

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