angelwings996
  • angelwings996
Simplest form help ?
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hba
  • hba
@angelwings996 Um,Where is the question ?
angelwings996
  • angelwings996
Sorry, Im trying to put it into the equation
hba
  • hba
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angelwings996
  • angelwings996
\[\frac{ \sqrt[3]{x ^{3}} }{ \sqrt[5]{x ^{2}} }\]
angelwings996
  • angelwings996
This is the equation I need to put in simplest form
anonymous
  • anonymous
have no fear amparo is here LOL
angelwings996
  • angelwings996
Haha Okaay
hba
  • hba
\[[\huge\ \frac{ \sqrt[3]{x ^{3}} }{ \sqrt[5]{x ^{2}} }] =(x^3)^{1/3}/(x^2)^{1/5}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
@angelwings996 , when meeting stuff like this, put the number at LEFT of the square root sign as DENOMINATOR
anonymous
  • anonymous
so \[\sqrt[3]{x^3} = x^\frac{3}{3}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\sqrt[3]{x^2}=x^\frac{2}{3}\]
angelwings996
  • angelwings996
Wouldn't it be 5 instead of 3 for the second one ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\sqrt[100]{x^7}=x^\frac{7}{100}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
in your question, yes
angelwings996
  • angelwings996
How did you get 100 and 7 ?
angelwings996
  • angelwings996
or is it an example ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
that's just an example to show the use of the trick
angelwings996
  • angelwings996
Okay, so what would I do now ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
if they numbers have the same base, u do: exponent on top - exponent below
hba
  • hba
\[\sqrt{x}=x^{1/2}\] \[\sqrt[3]{x}=x^{1/3}\] similarly \[x^a=x^{1/a}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
so it's 3/3-2/5 = 3/5 answer should be x^(3/5)
angelwings996
  • angelwings996
Oh I see!
angelwings996
  • angelwings996
Thank you so much for your guys' help (:
anonymous
  • anonymous
Np :)

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