1. ## Simplify!

Is there any way to eliminate, destroy, decimate, ect. the radical from the denominator?

1 over $\frac{3x^2/5}{5^2/5}$ Those numbers are the 2/5 power, not the whole thing squared divided by 5.

I came up with $\frac{5}{3x} * \frac{3x^3}{125} to the 1/5 power$.
All of the second fraction is to the 1/5 exponential power.

That, however, does not solve my problem.

Thank you!

2. Originally Posted by Truthbetold
Is there any way to eliminate, destroy, decimate, ect. the radical from the denominator?

1 over $\frac{3x^2/5}{5^2/5}$ Those numbers are the 2/5 power, not the whole thing squared divided by 5.

I came up with $\frac{5}{3x} * \frac{3x^3}{125} to the 1/5 power$.
All of the second fraction is to the 1/5 exponential power.

That, however, does not solve my problem.

Thank you!
retype, keeping the power you desire in {}

that is, type 5^{2/5} to get $5^{2/5}$

or maybe typing 5^{\frac 25} to yield $5^{\frac 25}$ suits your fancy

3. One thing you can do is multiply top and bottom by $5^{3/5}$. This seems so simple that I am sure it can't be what you are looking for but I thought I'd better post it anyway

One thing you can do is multiply top and bottom by $5^{3/5}$. This seems so simple that I am sure it can't be what you are looking for but I thought I'd better post it anyway