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Ray4life

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Are you we allowed to get help on Zoom from anyone on here.I do better with face 2 face camera chat help.I'm stuck on some math problems.I do some of the problems.I don't really understand them.When i do get help with tutors to guide me through the process i really understand the work.So anyone who is willing to help me with step by step solutions.I understand i needt show work.These are the type of math problems that need a calulator or one on one help.My teacher allows us to get one one help to be explained.If you all can't do that here then i will remove my account here.I have a disability called adhd so that is the reason why i need a person who can help me out.As long as i can learn from you i will be happy to get help.People had me lean it on my own and i have no idea where to start.I watched videos and nothing can be solved.If anyone says we can't help then i'm better off waiting for tutoring help tomorrow online on a zoom session somewhere else or next week.
 

Ray4life

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I was needing steps to solving this problem.No i don't need the answer.I just need to be provided the steps to solving the problem.I can solve the rest to get the answer.
 

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Subhotosh Khan

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I was needing steps to solving this problem.No i don't need the answer.I just need to be provided the steps to solving the problem.I can solve the rest to get the answer.
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Please show us what you have tried and exactly where you are stuck.

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The part a) is \(f(12)=(12)^\frac{2}{5}=(144)^\frac{1}{5}\)
Now I confess I do not know what part b) wants; clearly it must have been written by a math-tutored not a mathematician.
But if \(a=(14)^\frac{5}{2}\text{ then }f(a)=14\).
 
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