GiggleSquid
How do i simplify this without using the 6 up in the Sqrt...



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cwrw238
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64 is a multiple of 2
2*2*2*2*2*2
sixth root of 64 = 2
now you need to find 6th root of a^3 and b*3

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how do i do that?

cwrw238
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you use one of exponent rules
(x^a)^b = x^ ab
6th root as an exponent is 1/6
so
6th root of a^3 = a(3*1/6) = a^(1/2)
in same way we get b(1/2)

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now put them together to get yur answer

GiggleSquid
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so its like 2a^1/2b^1/2 or do i put a square root on that?

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luv your name!

cwrw238
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yea you got it

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\o/

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sweet, i actually understand the full concept now.

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ok, now i got one where the first number doesnt work @cwrw238