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Simplify 6 4^√47 3^√4+2 3^√43 4^√4



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\[6\sqrt[4]{47}\sqrt[3]{4+2}\sqrt[3]{43}\sqrt[4]{4}\]

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multiply \[x^{1/3} \times x^{3/7}\]

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I need help with these two @AriPotta

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1.1760

miah
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thats not even close,...

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i can help with that second one, but idk about that first one
when you multiply exponents, you add them 1/3 + 3/7 = 7/21 + 9/21 = 16/21
so x^(16/21)

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alright i think i got the first one now

miah
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thank (:
and so whatd you get

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713

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\[64^{2}73^{2}+23^{2}3^{2}\]

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oh ok! you should have posted that to begin with lol

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combine your like terms

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i dont have my calculator that was the final step do the exponents then subtract and add

miah
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how ?

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dw:1365097218708:dw

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dw:1365097428406:dw

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does that make sense

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yes thanks (: