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Algebra Tricks, Number Algebra, Simplifying Expressions, Finding the Unknown

K

It is still supposed to be a=b=4. The reason is because if "a" and "b" are both 4, then a shorter way of writing it is a=b=4.

where the first is "a" and second is "b"

Sum Patterns, Squares and Roots, Fractional Powers, Decimals to Fractions

B

I would want to ask a question , 3 √(2) × 6 √(2) I calculated it is bigger than √(3) ÷ 6 √(3)

3 √(2) × 6 √(2)=36. 36>0.5 √(3) ÷ 6 √(3)=0.5

Two Variables, Many Variables, Factoring Quadratics, Quadratic Formula

@mathnerd_101 Yes you did thank you.

Coordinating Locations, Intersecting Lines, Coordinate Geometry, Slope of a Curve

You can see that with graph paper that B is slightly longer.

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@debbie Okay, thank you! 👍