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sqrt of a^5B^10

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|dw:1341160279377:dw|
\[\sqrt{a ^{5b ^{10}}}\]
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see : \[\huge{\sqrt{ab}=\sqrt{a}*\sqrt{b}}\]
oh!sry!
DO the same thing ehre : \[\huge{\sqrt{a^5 b^{10}}}\] \[\huge{\sqrt{a^5}*\sqrt{a^{10}}}\]
u can solve it further .. tell me if u r having problem
umm.. @mathslover shouldnt it be sqrtb^10?
oops sorry .
\[\huge{\sqrt{a^5}*\sqrt{b^{10}}}\]
can u please solve it further? im having trouble please :)
ok ! \[\huge{\sqrt{a^5}*\sqrt{(b^5)^2}}\] @King please help rosie further have to go
I will post the solution tomorrow if king will not be able to help u
ok
thanks a lot :)
will help... @Rosie123 hav u understood what mathslover has explained
yes
ok nw u see \[\sqrt{(b ^{5})^{2}}\]
hw will u simplify this further,i.e,take out the root....
of b^2?
yeah of (b^5)^2
so do u just cross out 5 on a and b?
no only b since a does not have the extra whole squared... see, a is root a^5 but b is root (b^5)^2
for a^5 u can simplify further into \[\sqrt{a ^{2}}\times \sqrt{a^2}\times \sqrt{a}\]
hav u solved it?
|dw:1341161053035:dw|ok so answer can be a^2b^5 Sqrt a
yes wonderful!!! :D
ok i got it thank you so much :)
yw!!

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