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    1. Simplify - 8x^4y^5 divided by 4xy^2

    2. If the area is 250, what is the diameter?
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    (Original post by CresentHan)
    1. Simplify - 8x^4y^5 divided by 4xy^2

    2. If the area is 250, what is the diameter?

    1. I think the answer is 2x^3y^3
    2. What is the question? What are the length of the sides? Cause there are multiple factors that go into 250.
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    (Original post by one_man_abdullah)
    1. I think the answer is 2x^3y^3
    2. What is the question? What are the length of the sides? Cause there are multiple factors that go into 250.
    The question is the area of a circle is 250cm^3 what is the diameter of the circle?
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    Well, you divide 250 by pi which gives you the radius squared. Square root r^2 (this means radius squared) to give you the radius. Double the radius to get the diameter.
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    Well, you divide 250 by pi which gives you the radius squared. Square root the r2 to give you the radius. Double the radius to get the diameter.
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