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neverforgetvivistee
dividing radicals √3x^2y^3/4√5xy^3 what do you do with the variables and the exponents?
you need subtracting the exponents of the same terms when you need divide terms with exponent but before all you need writing radicals in the form with exponent like sqrta =a on exponent 1/2
i understood the first sentence but not the second
squarroot you can writing on the form x on exponent 1/2
sqrt(x)=x on exponent 1/2
how do you start on this problem?
you need to know again that sqrt(x3)=x on exponent 3/2 so squaroot from x cubed = x on exponent fractional 3/2 where you can seeing that the denominator sign the indice of radical and the numerator will be the exponent of the term inside radical
hope that is understandably
there is sqrt from 3x squared y cubed =3 on exponent 1/2 and x on exponent 2/2 and y on exponent 3/2
now write the denominator the same and after you see the same terms and just you need subtracting those exponent of the same terms
i dont get it sryr
if you have the time, can you explain it from the start because i have no idea
explain like if you were explaining to a three year old pelase
i have nooooooooo idea whatsoever