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# Images of math symbols on the MGMAT can be so confusing... I

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Images of math symbols on the MGMAT can be so confusing... I [#permalink]  22 Jul 2010, 16:32
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Images of math symbols on the MGMAT can be so confusing... I don't know how to show the picture here, but is the problem:

fourth root of the pi-root of 3 can totally look like 4*root(pi*root(3)). How do I separate the two interpretations???
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Hi,

You can present it as 3 to the power of (1/4*pi)

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Jack
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