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    Unhappy Indefinite Integral

    How would you put 10((x^7/3)/(7/3) back in radical form?

    I think it would be 30(cube root of x^?)/7....?
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     \frac{10\cdot x^{\frac{7}{3}}}{\frac{7}{3}} = \frac{30}{7}\cdot x^{\frac{7}{3}}
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    Quote Originally Posted by tradar View Post
    How would you put 10((x^7/3)/(7/3) back in radical form?

    I think it would be 30(cube root of x^?)/7....?
    x^(7/3)= (x^7)^{1/3}= \sqrt[3]{x^7}
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    Would this be correct...

    Ok, would the following be correct then?

    If you have 10(cube root x^2) = 10x^4/3?
    Last edited by tradar; May 5th 2009 at 04:43 PM. Reason: Forgot title
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