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ariskin@mps.org

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Re: math paradox
Posted: Jan 6, 1998 3:21 PM
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In article <884090490.96337921@dejanews.com>,
azzam@cyberia.net.lb wrote:
>
> What's wrong in the expression
> -1=(-1)^3=(-1)^(6/2)=sqrt((-1)^6)=sqrt(1)=1
>


(-1)^(6/2)=

((-1)^6)^(1/2)=

+/- sqrt(1).

Adrian

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