alyssababy7
Simplify using properties of exponents.
16x^2/3 /
4x^1/4
A. 4x^5/12
B. 4x^1/12
C. 4x^5/3
D. 12x^1/12
(i will draw it out in comment)
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Outkast3r09
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\[16x^{2/3}=16x^{8/12}\]
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|dw:1352517269250:dw|
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\[4x^{1/4} =4x^{3/12}\]
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so you get this|dw:1352513681003:dw|
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now you have two fractions the same so use your exponent properties =]
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so it would be a?
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yep =]
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thank you
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your real job is to divide 16 by 4 and get 4 (that is the easy part) and then subtract
\[\frac{2}{3}-\frac{1}{4}\] for your exponent
that part is arithmetic