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GiggleSquid

  • 2 years ago

easier one, simplification. Need quick help

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    :/

  3. OakTree
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    First, the a part can be simplified easily.

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    ya just a

  5. OakTree
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    a^6 into 6 parts is just a, but you need it to be absolute value because you're an odd exponent.

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    Next, the 8.

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    8=2^3...so you have 2^(3/6) = 2^1/2 = the square root of 2.

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    So, your answer is \[\left| a \right|\sqrt{2}\]

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    Got it?

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    Ya! thanks, it didnt need the absolute value but, worked so thnx

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