Solve: 1/root(3)(4x)

Bruce Sherman 2022-10-01 Answered
Solve:
1 4 x 3
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Giancarlo Phelps
Answered 2022-10-02 Author has 10 answers
Solution:
1 4 x 3 = 1 ( 4 x ) 1 / 3 1 4 x 3 = 1 ( 4 x ) 1 / 3 = ( 4 x ) 1 3
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