how do i write that as a single radical expression?
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Originally Posted by diehardmath4 how do i write that as a single radical expression? Hello diehardmath4, If I translated your code correctlly, there is no radical.
can you please explain it a little further because i'm having a bit of trouble breaking down the steps
Originally Posted by diehardmath4 can you please explain it a little further because i'm having a bit of trouble breaking down the steps Recall this: And maybe this, too:
x ^ 8 / 15 y 7 / 15 __________________ x^1/3 y ^ - 1 / 5 I got x ^ 3 y 8 is that correct ?
Originally Posted by diehardmath4 x ^ 8 / 15 y 7 / 15 __________________ x^1/3 y ^ - 1 / 5 I got x ^ 3 y 8 is that correct ? Actually, I got something different when I subtracted your exponents:
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