The question goes a little something like this, and sorry if it`s confusing:

(Square root of x^3)times (index of 5, square root of x^6)

all divided by (index of 15, square root of x^3)

Any help would be so greatly appreciated. Thanks a million!

- September 22nd 2008, 05:03 PMcjh824Question with roots.indexes, etc. So confusing for homework pass-in.
The question goes a little something like this, and sorry if it`s confusing:

(Square root of x^3)times (index of 5, square root of x^6)

all divided by (index of 15, square root of x^3)

Any help would be so greatly appreciated. Thanks a million! - September 22nd 2008, 05:34 PMskeeter
is this what you mean?

- September 22nd 2008, 05:59 PMcjh824
Yep! That's exactly what I mean!

- September 22nd 2008, 06:19 PM11rdc11
Think of it like this

add the exponents in the numerator since it to the same base

then bring the power in the denominator to the top

and you end up with

- September 22nd 2008, 06:36 PMShyam
- September 22nd 2008, 06:44 PM11rdc11