# How does x√x = x^3/2Watch

#1
√x = x^1/2 right?

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#2
(Original post by nitez)
√x = x^1/2 right?

yes, and x = x^1
So x^Â½ times x^1 = x ^(Â½ + 1) [add the indices]
#3
Ahh I see, thanks.

Also thanks for not mocking me for asking such an easy question. Or saying like "How can you not know this?" or something
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