When simplifying a radical, pull out any perfect squares. In this case it works out nicely. 1 is the square of 1 and 144 is the square of 12, so you get 1/12.

In another case such as sqrt(20) you can pull out a 4 which is a perfect square which leaves 5. So the answer would be 2sqrt(5).

[tex]\sqrt{ \frac{1}{144}} = \sqrt{ \frac{1}{ 12^{2}} } = \frac{1}{12}[/tex]

1/12 is the square root of 1/144

step-by-step explanation:

once you graph it hit 2nd (the blue button) and graph

that takes you to a table of coordinates

on the left is x coordinates and on the right is y coordinates and an empty box

(you may have to scroll up/down in order to get ( x, 0)

1/12

When simplifying a radical, pull out any perfect squares. In this case it works out nicely. 1 is the square of 1 and 144 is the square of 12, so you get 1/12.

In another case such as sqrt(20) you can pull out a 4 which is a perfect square which leaves 5. So the answer would be 2sqrt(5).

x = 25

step-by-step explanation:

a^2+b^2=c^2

7^2+24^2=c^2

49+576=625

sqrt625=25

x=25

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