• anonymous
Simplify. Express the product as a radical expression. cubed root of x squared times fourth root of x
  • jamiebookeater
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  • anonymous
Okay you know what? You're gonna freaking kill me because I'm really dyslexic tonight :-(. I accidentally got the first term wrong. It's (x^2)^1/3 and I accidentally had it as x^3/2 at first. So sorry about that :-((( x^(2/3)*x^(1/4) Now make it so they have a common denominator. x^(8/12)*x^(3/12) =x^(11/12) OR: the 12 root of x to the 11th :-)

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