## anonymous 3 years ago 2^3/2

1. anonymous

2^3 = 8.

2. anonymous

Can you go from there?

3. anonymous

Like I told you in the last thread: You can convert fractional powers to roots by doing this: the numerator of the fraction becomes the exponent and the denominator of the fraction the "nth" root. So 2^(3/2) = $=\sqrt[2]{3^{3}} = \sqrt{27} = \sqrt{9*3} = 3\sqrt{3}$

4. anonymous

Ohh.... He should have put that in brackets... >.> .

5. anonymous

Yup

6. anonymous

oh sorry about that, okay iget it now, thanks

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