On Hana's first birthday, her parents put $50 in her savings account. On every birthday after that, her parents added to the account, increasing the amount they added by $25 each year. How much money will they deposit in the account on her sixteenth birthday?

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First step is to get rid of the square root. remember that a square root is the same as raising to the (1/2) power. see below: [tex]\sqrt{\frac{ {72x}^{16} }{ {50x}^{{{36} }}}} = \frac{ { \sqrt{72}x}^{ {16}^{ (\frac{1}{2}) } } }{ { \sqrt{50} x}^ {{36}^{ (\frac{1}{2}) } }}[/tex]multiply exponents per exponent rules to get: [tex]\frac{ { \sqrt{72}x}^{8} }{ { \sqrt{50}x}^{18} }[/tex]remember you subtract exponents from the denominator and add exponents in the numerator so: [tex]\sqrt{ \frac{72}{ 50}} \times ( {x}^{(8 - 18) } ) = \sqrt{ \frac{36}{25} } \times ( {x}^{ - 10} )[/tex]simplify further: [tex]\frac{6}{5} {x}^{ - 10} = \frac{6}{5 {x}^{10} }[/tex]so a is the correct choice. if you don't understand this google exponent rules and it will you understand. look at the image results.

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