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Write using exponents: 1/(fifthroot)x^4
Answer is supposed to be x^(3/4) I just don't know how to get there...
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Write using exponents: 1/(fifthroot)x^4 Answer is supposed to be x^(3/4) I just don't know how to get there...
 2 years ago
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\[1/x^n = x^{n}\] \[\sqrt[n]{x}^m = x^{m/n}\] Remember these rules from prealgebra?
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