Please help me to understand. y ^(-1/5) I changed problem to 1/y^(1/5) after this point I am not sure how to solve once its in radical form

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Please help me to understand. y ^(-1/5) I changed problem to 1/y^(1/5) after this point I am not sure how to solve once its in radical form

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its an expression, not an equation
what constitutes a solution to a statement?
you cannot solve it any further until and unless it is equal to something...

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guessing y^(1/5)=\[\sqrt[5]{y}\]
Ok so I did have it right. Thank you so much
I just changed the form of the equation. hint is look at the fraction and that what the sqrt will be powered to
ok so then it will be the denominator and one the numerator
for the most part yes.
Thank you for your help
y^(1/2)= is just \[\sqrt{y}\] because the sqrt is equal to second power that's why if you ever want to get rid of the sqrt just sq it
it was y^(-1/5)
i know. i was just giving an example
oh ok sorry
no worries have a good one
you too

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