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    Help with radicals :(

    i got this answer.. (after a long process)

    2/3 * (3)^(3/2)

    i know its suppose to be

    2√3

    the problem is how do i get that..
    i got the decimal form but for some reason i can not remember how to get the radical form..
    can someone please show me how to get it step by step..

    Many Thanks
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    remember:

    \frac{1}{a} = a^{-1}

    and a^{m}*a^{n}= a^{m+n}
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    o.O oh okay yeah that helps a lot..
    Thanks..

    2/3 * 3^1 * 3^(1/2)

    2/3 * 3 = 2
    3^(1/2) = √3

    = 2√3

    Thanks dude that really helped me out can't believe i forgot about that...
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