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Weight Lifting The equation can be utilized to gauge the most extreme aggregate ... Weight Lifting The equation can be utilized to assess the most extreme aggregate mass that a ...
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﻿Discerning Exponents

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Rational Exponents

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Rational Exponents

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Lesson 7 Contents Example 1 Radical Form Example 2 Exponential Form Example 3 Evaluate Expressions with Rational Exponents Example 4 Rational Exponent with Numerator Other Than 1 Example 5 Simplify Expressions with Rational Exponents Example 6 Simplify Radical Expressions

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Write using sane types. Answer: Definition of Example 7-2a

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Write using normal types. Answer: Definition of Example 7-2b

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Evaluate . Force of a Power Expand the square. Locate the fifth root. Case 7-3c Answer: The root is 4 .

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Weight Lifting The equation can be utilized to assess the most extreme aggregate mass that a weight lifter of mass B kilograms can lift in two lifts, the grab and the quick lift, joined. Unique equation Use a mini-computer. Case 7-4a According to the recipe, what is the most extreme that U.S. Weightlifter Oscar Chaplin III can lift in the event that he weighs 77 kilograms? Answer: The equation predicts that he can lift at most 372 kg.

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Weight Lifting The recipe can be utilized to evaluate the most extreme aggregate mass that a weight lifter of mass B kilograms can lift in two lifts, the grab and the quick lift, joined. Case 7-4b Oscar Chaplin\'s aggregate in the 2000 Olympics was 355 kg. Contrast this with the worth anticipated by the recipe. Answer: The recipe expectation is to some degree higher than his real aggregate.

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Weight Lifting Use the equation where M is the most extreme aggregate mass that a weight lifter of mass B kilograms can lift. a. As indicated by the recipe, what is the most extreme that a weight lifter can lift on the off chance that he measures 80 kilograms? b. In the event that he really lifted 379 kg, contrast this with the quality predicted by the equation. Illustration 7-4c Answer: 380 kg Answer: The equation expectation is marginally higher than his actual absolute.

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Simplify . Duplicate by Example 7-5b

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Simplify . Balanced types Power of a Power Example 7-6a

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Quotient of Powers Answer: Simplify. Case 7-6b

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Simplify . Levelheaded types Power of a Power Multiply. Answer: Simplify. Illustration 7-6c

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Simplify . is the conjugate of Answer: Multiply. Illustration 7-6d

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