I am multiplying radicals and I have a question like this: square root of ((6x^7)(y^3)) multiplied by square root of ((7x^3)(y^-1)) In the end I got x^(5)y(square root of 42) Does this look right at all?
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Originally Posted by cjh824 I am multiplying radicals and I have a question like this: square root of ((6x^7)(y^3)) multiplied by square root of ((7x^3)(y^-1)) In the end I got x^(5)y(square root of 42) Does this look right at all? yes, that is fine..
Hello, cjh824! Simplify: . In the end I got: . . . . . Right! . .
in addition, it should be true in the assumption that x and y are non negative or both negative.. simply stated, x and y should have the same sign..
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