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MiaKitty Group Title

Please, this is the 2nd to last question I need! I will fail if you don't answer!

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    10.07] Trevor is tiling his bathroom floor, which has an area that is represented as 175r5 square inches. Each tile has an area of one hundred seventy five r to the fifth power, all over the square root of the quantity sixty four r to the seventeenth power. The total number of tiles used can be represented by the expression below. one hundred seventy five r to the fifth power, all over the square root of the quantity sixty four r to the seventeenth power Simplify the expression for the total number of tiles used. Show your work.

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    is it \[\frac{125r^5}{\sqrt{64r^7}}\]?

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    For which one the 1st problem?

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    \[\frac{125r^5}{\sqrt{64r^{17}}}\]

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    \[\sqrt{64r^{17}}=8r^8\sqrt{r}\]

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    if you divide you get \[\frac{125}{8r^3\sqrt{r}}\]

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    ok then \[\frac{175}{8r^3\sqrt{r}}\]

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    Good job Satellite :P .

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    Ok, thx! How would you simplify that to get Simplify the expression for the total number of tiles used

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    I don't get it.

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    shaik0124 , do u know?

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