1) the square root of 64=8
2) The square root of a^4=a^2
so the first amount simplifies to 8a²b²√b
4) ∛64=4, as 4×4×4=64
so...the second amount is equal to 4ab∛a²b
The last one should be correct
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In the first one like is a helping verb so the separation should be between 'i' and 'like'
C) He wished he could expedite the process, but the paperwork was stalled.
Option C is the correct answer because it uses "expedite" as a verb, it can be replaced by the verbs "accelerate" or "speed up" and it is in contrast with the adjective "stalled" which means the opposite of speeding up: to stop, to come to a standstill.
Option A is incorrect because the sentence does not express the definition of "expedite", option B is wrong because it uses "expedite" as an adjective and not as a verb, and option D is also incorrect because "expedite" is used as a noun.
In this sentence, expedite is being used as a verb. In B, expedite is used as an adjective and in D, it is used as a noun
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