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first, 45=9*5
square root of 9=3

Ok, I've got that but the exponents are driving me crazy!!

Please teach. Do not give out solutions and hints @TheViper

ok @calculusfunctions thanx:)

@harrisc1221 first find the factors of 45

I've got that but I am so confused on how to factor the variables and exponents.

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am i right @calculusfunctions

Ok

ok but my answer is right

Ok, so can you teach it to me calculusfunctions??

@TheViper yet you did it again.

Ugh!!! I just need help figuring out how to simplify this problem!!!!

Thank You @calculusfunctions

@harrisc1221 sorry it took longer because I lost the connection again.

i've got 3*3*5*x^3*x^3

@harrisc1221 is this your final answer?

@harrisc1221 did you understand the lesson along with the example I gave?

Some of it said there was a path processing error

Obviously @Mpost1994 you have no respect for teachers.

math*

I am leaving now. Sorry for saying something on your question post list. Bye now.

Your welcome.

I could always postpone bed and keep going.

Ok, what do you mean by that @terenzreignz

*using exponents. Did you not read the lesson I posted above?

Am i the only one that keeps having the [math processing error] on their screen?

@harrisc1221 try to press ctrl+F5

I've never ever been so disrespected by any student as I have today by @Mpost1994

It's still not showing up @mathslover

@harrisc1221 \[\sqrt{45x ^{9}}=\sqrt{45}\sqrt{x ^{9}}\]Correct?

So @harrisc1221 let's continue shall we?

YES! @calculusfunctions

we should simplify the square root of 54 first @calculusfunctions

Yes so then read the steps I explained to do that and simplify \[\sqrt{45}\]

which would be 3*3*5 @calculusfunctions

Yes the greatest perfect square that 54 is divisible by is 9. Thus??

I'm still having a hard time reading your input because of the math processing error, sorry.

\[\sqrt{45}=\sqrt{9}\sqrt{5}=?\]

I'm not sure why you're seeing error. I'm not experiencing the same issue.

\[\sqrt[3]{5}\]

I don't know either I have pushed ctrl and F5

LOL I think you mean\[3\sqrt{5}\]

I can only see you're reply if you tag me in the post for some reason @calculusfunctions

@harrisc1221 you mean\[3\sqrt{5}\]Do you see it now?

lol yes

@harrisc1221 correct so then\[\sqrt{x ^{9}}=?\]

x^8*x

nice work here @calculusfunctions just the way it should be

this is actually an excellent example that solving by examples is a very efficient way of teaching

@harrisc1221 yes\[\sqrt{x ^{9}}=\sqrt{x ^{8}}\sqrt{x}=?\]

LOL @lgbasallote I apologize. I didn't know you were not a student. Are you also a teacher?

Ok, so now I am lost after that last step

i would assume "also" means you're a teacher? and yes, i am a liberal arts professor

It is divided by 2

@harrisc1221 what is divided by 2?

the exponent

@lgbasallote you assume correctly sir! I math and physics.

You would dived 8 by 2 and get 4

@harrisc1221 \[\sqrt{x ^{8}}=?\]

That is what I meant, I can't get the equation function to work right

then x = x

@harrisc1221 then\[\sqrt{x ^{9}}=\sqrt{x ^{8}}\sqrt{x}=?\]

no i was just watching u do ur leaason so i could learn

@mikala1 that's great. Did you learn anything and are you good with those linear equations now?

just a little im not that far yet lol im only in 9 th grade

@mikala1 yes i already knew you were in Grade 9 because you were studying linear equations.

@terenzreignz Thank you. I appreciate the encouragement.

lol just a little but i shall have more question next week for u

@mikala1 of course! Whenever you need me, simply let me know.

ok sheldon

loll

u r for real lol and hes real not that smart in dating world lol

LOL. I love that show!! My ringtone is the theme song.

Anyway I have to go now but you like I said, you let me know if you want my help. Alright?

lol u rwaly do sound like him thogh n ok

have a great day

You too! Bye!

Yeah still needing help with help with this