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x = (0.7693), y = (0.7693)^(1/2), z = (0.7693)^2 Which is

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8. x = (0.7693), y = (0.7693)^(1/2), z = (0.7693)^2
Which is the greatest and which is the smallest?
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Agree with Laxie!

When squaring a number less than 1, result is smaller and when square rooting a number less than 1, result is bigger.
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