i was out sick on the days we covered this also.
11.) 27^1/3
12.) 4^-1/4
14.) (-243)^4/5
16.) (4/9)^3/2
20.) p^-1/5
21.) x^-6/11
22.) X^2/3 / x^1/4
23.) y^-1/2 / y^1/4
24.) n^1/3 / n^1/6 * n^1/2
25.) 12 on the square root of 64
26.) 8 on the square root of 49a^8 b^2
Thanks.
It seems like you need to learn the basics about exponents, like for example:
can be rewritten as ;
can be rewritten as ;
can be rewritten as
and so on.
To summarise: learn the basic exponential laws, and you'll have no problems with this worksheet(I presume it is a worksheet of some sort) at all.