cubing both sides gives
then getting rid of the negative exponent
You should be good from there.
What would be the easiest way to simplify a polynomial raised to a fractional power. Such as this:
(40 + 2x)^(-2/3)
And here is the main problem:
I'm trying to solve for x in this equation:
821.6 = (40x)^(5/3) * (40 + 2x)^(-2/3)
All help is appreciated. Thank you.