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Division
Square roots
Square of a number
Cube of a numbee
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π
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A number
A number greater than 10
A whole number
A fraction
Rational exponents and radicals are progressive equations used in resolving bigger problems
They're in the same form
Rational exponents and radicals are different ways of expressing the same thing
They are separate entities that cannot work together
0
1
4 above only
1.5
Root is multiplied by 2
Root is squared
Radicand becomes numerator while root becomes denominator
Radicand is multiplied by the root
None
Calculus
Factorization
Trigonometry
They limit calculations a lot
They provide different ways to solve certain/specific problems
They don't make use of numerators or denominators
They leave remainders
3
2
4
2.8 (approximately 3)
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