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fun facts about math

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  1. Moneyctngamer

    Moneyctngamer Notable Member

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    you just say a fun fact about math
    X^0.5 ALWAYS equals the square root of X. Example:
    5^0.5 - Google Search.png SqRoot of 5 - Google Search.png
     
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    SecretStash99 Notable Member

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    That’s very nice! I bet Baldi would be proud of you!

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    seven7crl Notable Member Emerald Member

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    Shive Notable Member Emerald Member

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    Uh yea that makes sense cuz of exponent rules. Anything to the half power is the same as the square root of that number.Anything to the one third power is the same thing as the cube root of that number. Anything to the one fourth of that number is the same thing as the 4th root of that number... etc. You get the idea.
     
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  6. Moneyctngamer

    Moneyctngamer Notable Member

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    BRUH
     
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    Dominicshortbow Notable Member Emerald Member

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    yes
     
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    Logic test xd
     
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    Eyow189 b e l d e r Builder

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    It's because a square root is the same as .5 since if you make it as a fraction and make it as an exponent
     
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    Moneyctngamer Notable Member

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    I’m dumb I just needed to go with something simple that I could think of in 15 seconds
     
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    Eyow189 b e l d e r Builder

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    It's okayy, this was taught when i was in 8th grade, i just got a grasp of an idea of it on g11. XD
     
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    *What my friends send me at 1 Am*
     
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    You can multiply any number by 11 quickly in your head by adding the two digits together and sticking the sum in the middle. Ex. if u have 52 x 11 then u do 5+2=7 and put 7 in the middle of the 52 to get 572. It always works! It harder though when u have a sum greater than 9, but still is possible.
     
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