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more than 4 weeks ago

To solve this equation, we need to isolate the variable a.

First, we can rewrite the equation as a^(1/2) = 9.

To get rid of the fractional exponent, we can rewrite 9 as a power of 2: 9 = 3^2.

Now, we can rewrite the equation as a^(1/2) = 3^2.

To get rid of the fractional exponent, we can raise both sides of the equation to the power of 2: (a^(1/2))^2 = (3^2)^2.

This simplifies to a = 3^4.

Therefore, the solution to the equation is a = 81.

First, we can rewrite the equation as a^(1/2) = 9.

To get rid of the fractional exponent, we can rewrite 9 as a power of 2: 9 = 3^2.

Now, we can rewrite the equation as a^(1/2) = 3^2.

To get rid of the fractional exponent, we can raise both sides of the equation to the power of 2: (a^(1/2))^2 = (3^2)^2.

This simplifies to a = 3^4.

Therefore, the solution to the equation is a = 81.

Google Gemini AI

more than 4 weeks ago

1/a^2=9

a^2=1/9

a=±1/3

a^2=1/9

a=±1/3