Hey, I was having problems factoring/simplifying a problem I was given involving fractional and negative exponents
This is the problem but I think I can figure out how to do it if you show me the general idea of factoring fractional exponents:
-1/2{(2x^2-x+1)^(-1/2)}(4x-1){(x^3+1)^(1/3)} + {(2x^2 -x + 1)^(1/2}(1/3){(x^3)+1}(3x^2)
Thanks in Advance
Hey, uhh.... my math is really not very good so excuse any silly questions I may ask but uhh........ you said that both denominators are (sorry don't know how to put other people's quotes in)
((2x^2 - x +1)^1/2) but one of the ((2x^2 - x +1)^1/2) has a positive exponent, the other negative. I cannot combine two fractions, one with ((2x^2 - x +1)^(-1/2) and the other ((2x^2 - x +1)^(1/2) can I?
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