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Im will draw the equation

|dw:1333140979846:dw|

yes

|dw:1333141131164:dw|

so then it is 1/3x?

index rule for division... subtract the powers
x^{1/2} / 3 x^2 = 1/3 x^1/2 - 2} = 1/3 x^(-3/2)

That is the error pattern I saw. I say "error pattern" because it is a common error in Algebra.

oh so just leave it as the sqrt of x

|dw:1333141629395:dw| as campbell stated

it says Use properties to simplify the expression. Answer should NOT include any negative exponents.

Oh I see your reasoning

thats all that is there

Picking up from the answer in radicals, ..
|dw:1333141957555:dw|

checking now

I think I would leave the answer as sqrt of x over the quantity (3x^2) but consider showing on the side of the paper the continuation to rational exponents. Just a second, and I'll check the quotient rule for radical expressions.
Also, I'll upload some properties of rational exponents for you to view.

Thank you so much

I have decided that based on this, if I were doing the problem for class, I would leave the radical in the answer and stop there.

ok i will do it that way