Radicals has screwed me again. Please can anyone show me how to simplify this. The answer should be (X^2+1/X2)^1/4 My exam is in a few hours and quick help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by grandepunto Radicals has screwed me again. Please help The answer should be (X^2+1/X2)^1/4 My exam is in a few hours and quick help would be much appreciated. Thanks. get a common denominator and add 1 to the fraction inside the radical ...
Originally Posted by skeeter get a common denominator and add 1 to the fraction inside the radical ... Sorry for being such a nuisance, but could you please show how its done if its not too much trouble. I'm in quite a soup right now.
now put it all to the 1/8 power and finish it
Originally Posted by skeeter now put it all to the 1/8 power and finish it Thank you soo much. You are a true saviour.
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