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Cube root p^7*r5

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    \[\sqrt[3]{p^7r^5}\] correct?

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    Si senor!

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  3. nickhouraney Group Title
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    so if you just pull out the variables in 3s and leave whats left behind you would end up with...

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    P4 R2 in the root

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    you call pull out one more P

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    how?

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    At this point we have P3 R3 and inside the root p4 r 2

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    ya but if were pulling out the variables in 3's then we can take out 2P's from that P^7

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    well be left with P in the cube root from that variable

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    So it would be P^2 and R1 on the outside of the cube root?

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  11. nickhouraney Group Title
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    correct

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    with PR^2 on the inside

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    and on the inside P and r2 and it would be simplified

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    yup

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    Perfect! Thank you

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