Rationalizing the denominator that is a cube root?
I need help rationalizing the denominator if it is a cube root. I understand the if it is just a square root, you multiply it by itself. But im having trouble with rationalizing a cube root.
Here is the problem i need help with:
(3a)/(∛25a)
Re: Rationalizing the denominator that is a cube root?
Originally Posted by Hibby21
I need help rationalizing the denominator if it is a cube root. I understand the if it is just a square root, you multiply it by itself. But im having trouble with rationalizing a cube root.
Here is the problem i need help with:
(3a)/(∛25a)