(100 / 4 root x) - (36 /x^2)

I get this far:

(10^2 / x^(1/2)) - (6^2 /x^2)

EDIT: Anyone have any idea?

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- Sep 26th 2007, 02:30 PMJeavusSimplifying, its easy.
(100 / 4 root x) - (36 /x^2)

I get this far:

(10^2 / x^(1/2)) - (6^2 /x^2)

EDIT: Anyone have any idea? - Sep 26th 2007, 02:44 PMtopsquark
- Sep 26th 2007, 02:50 PMJeavus
I think you misinterpreted the question.

4 root x

It looks like this:

http://img255.imageshack.us/img255/8985/4rootuh6.png

http://img255.imageshack.us/img255/8985/4rootuh6.png - Sep 26th 2007, 02:54 PMtopsquark
- Sep 26th 2007, 02:56 PMtopsquark
I suppose you could also treat this as the difference between two squares:

-Dan - Sep 26th 2007, 03:11 PMJeavus
How does it become 10 / x^1/8?

- Sep 26th 2007, 05:11 PMtopsquark