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cgian66
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another one
\[(27m{3}/{2}n^6)^2/3\]
the last exponent is 2/3
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cgian66 Group Title
another one \[(27m{3}/{2}n^6)^2/3\] the last exponent is 2/3
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grrr (27m^3/2n^6)^2/3
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dw:1337538438544:dw
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use the properties of exponents to simplify the expression
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\[(=3^3m^{\frac{3}{2}}n^{6})^{\frac{2}{3}}\]Take the cube root of each factor inside the parentheses (divide each exponent by 3)\[=(3m^{\frac{1}{2}}n^{2})^{2}\]then, square each factor (multiply each exponent by 2)\[=3^2mn^{4}\]\[=9mn^{4}\]
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