The sides of a square are three to the power of two sevenths inches long. What is the area of the square?


asked Jul 7, 2016 in Algebra 1 Answers by anonymous

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The area of the square is double the exponent=3^(4/7)=1.8734 sq in approx.
answered Jul 7, 2016 by Rod Top Rated User (486,860 points)

The area of square = 3^(2/7) * 3^(2/7) = 3^(2+2/7) = 3^(4/7)

answered Jul 11, 2016 by John Marsh Level 8 User (30,400 points)

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