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How can I calculate the value of a number raised to the power of a fraction, e.g., 9^(3/2)?

In order to calculate the value of a number raised to the power of a fraction, you first find the root of the number according to the value of the denominator (bottom number of the fraction). In the example given in the question, 9 is the number provided, and the denominator of the fraction is 2. Therefore, you would, firstly, find the square root of 9, which is 3. ²√9 = 3 Then, you would raise the answer you get to the power of the value of the numerator (top number in a fraction). In this example, the numerator is 3, so you would raise 3 to the power of 3, which gives you 27. 3³ = 27 [final answer]
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Qu'est ce que tu as fait ce week-end?

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Conjuguer les verbes donnés au présent: manger, être, aller

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Malgré les efforts du gouvernement, les jeunes continuent à fumer. Qu’en pensez-vous? Discutez et justifiez vos opinions

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How do you conjugate '1st group' verbs (the ones finishing by -er) in the present tense?

In french, three different kinds of verbs can be made: the '1st group' ones finishing by -er, the '2nd group' ones by -ir and the '3rd group' finishing by any other ending (-oir for example). The '1st group' verbs are the easiest to conjugate in the present tense because the endings are always the sames. For the 1st person, 'Je', the ending is: -e. For the 2nd person, 'Tu', the ending is: -es. For the 3rd person, 'Il, Elle, On', the ending is: -e (notice that is it the same as the ending of the 1st person). For the 4th, 'Nous', the ending is: -on. For the 5th, 'Vous', the ending is: -ez. Finally, for the 6th, 'Ils, Elles', the ending is: -ent. In order to conjugate the verb, you have to take the 'infinitif' form of the verb, take the ending away (-er), and then simply replace it by the ending according to the person doing the action. We can now try with an example. 'Danser' means (to) dance, and 'danser' is the 'infinitive' form. It is in the '1st group' category because it finishes in -er. To conjugate it, we need to take away -er, and to replace it with the other endings. So, we only keep 'dans' and add the endings. This gives us: Je danse Tu danses Il, Elle, On danse Nous dansons Vous dansez Ils, Elles dansent.
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What is the difference between ser and estar?

As a general rule think about ser being a permanent description and estar being temporary. For example, to say someone is tall, use ser and you if you are saying that they look tall today you would use estar as it is how they appear temporarily.
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When do I use the preterite and imperfect?

As a general rule, the preterite is used when there is a finite beginning and end. If there is any ambiguity then use the imperfect. There are also specific rules for each tense. If you are describing a person or a place then always use the imperfect but if you are describing what happened (an action) then you would use the preterite.
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Outline the various ways that you can differentiate a function

The ways to differentiate a function depend on the function itself. If there is only one x value in the function you can differentiate as normal (hard to explain on a computer), yet if the function contains more than one x value is a separate place, you will need to use another approach such as the chain, product or quotient rule
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