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4.452

Agent47
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4^5 * 3^5 *a^(15/2)

ParthKohli
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\[\left(ab \right)^n = a^n b^n \]

Agent47
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wait is a^3 inside the square root?

aroub
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yeah

Agent47
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oh ok, so then the answer i gave u shld be right

ParthKohli
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\[\implies (4\sqrt{81a^3})^5 \]\[\implies 4^5 \times \left(\sqrt{81a^3} \right)^5\]

ParthKohli
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simplify

Agent47
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4^5 * 3^5 *a^(15/2)
should be
4^5 * 9^5 *a^(15/2)

aroub
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that becomes sqrt of 81 a^15?

Agent47
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no, since you have:
(4*sqrt(81*a^3))^5=4^5*(9*a^(3/2))^5=4^5*9^5*a^15*sqrt(a)

aroub
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so confusing! >.<

aroub
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Okay, the fraction exponent is confusing me. I think there is a way without using it, right?

aroub
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Oh well :/ Thanks everyone! :)