Hello, I'm stumped on this question and need some help.

so far i've done:

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Is this correct and if so, what do I do next?

Thanks!

- April 17th 2010, 05:39 PMdesiderius1nth roots: single quotient in which positive exponents appear
Hello, I'm stumped on this question and need some help.

so far i've done:

?

Is this correct and if so, what do I do next?

Thanks! - April 17th 2010, 06:07 PMGusbob
- April 17th 2010, 06:14 PMdesiderius1
Write the expression as a single quotient in which positive exponents and/or radicals appear. Cannot rationalize the denominator.

- April 17th 2010, 06:28 PMGusbob
- April 17th 2010, 07:00 PMdesiderius1

Numerator:

Denominator:

Answer:

- April 17th 2010, 07:55 PMdesiderius1
Another problem I'm having trouble with:

From the back of the book, the answer is..

so far I'm here..

- April 17th 2010, 08:31 PMGusbob
- April 17th 2010, 11:56 PMdesiderius1
And another one..

Factor the given expression. Express your answer so that only positive exponents occur.

The answer is:

Here is where I am:

Factor 1/2 from the exponents..

Multiply the 3/2x(x+4)

I don't think that is right.. - April 18th 2010, 12:07 AMearboth
- April 18th 2010, 12:28 AMdesiderius1

Cool thanks for helping.