## greeneyes<3 4 years ago Simplify and show work please! ^3sqrt. 4x^3y^5 times ^3sqrt. 12y^2 Thanks Simplify and show work please! ^3sqrt. 4x^3y^5 times ^3sqrt. 12y^2 Thanks @Mathematics

1. fr33

2. greeneyes<3

$\sqrt[3]{4x^3y^5}\times \sqrt[3]{12y^2}$

3. greeneyes<3

Yayyy! [:

4. greeneyes<3

idk if this steps are right. ^3sqrt. x^3y^3 times ^3sqrt. 4y^2 times ^3 sqrt. 12y^2

5. fr33

since you have to isolate for x or y, you decide which first and use the one you didnt isolate inside of the equation to later evaluate. Since you wrote all that, I dont quite get the steps you did....

6. greeneyes<3

okay. I hope the server is back.$\sqrt[3]{x^3y^3y^3}\times \sqrt[3]{4y}\times \sqrt[3]{12}$

7. greeneyes<3

I know the answer is$2xy^2\sqrt[3]{6y}$ but how do you get that?

8. fr33

How did you do it and do not know how you got there? lol

9. greeneyes<3

I separated all the ^3 from the numbers/variables that couldnt be ^3. So$\sqrt[3]{x^3y^3y^3}$ are separated from$\sqrt[3]{4y} \times \sqrt[3]{12}$ and so from that info the answer is :$2xy^2\sqrt[3]{6y}$ does it make sense or no?