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So it looks like this?
\[\frac{ 3^2 }{ 3^{1/6} }\]

or this? \[\left(3^{2/3}\right)^{1/6}\]

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1/9

Exactly. So, that is the ninth root of 3.

Thank you! Can you please help me with another one?

sure

The first option is correct. \(5^4/5^2 = 5^{4-2} = 5^2 = 25\)

Thanks! Sorry, but could you help me with a couple more?

@hahagotem plz help i'll fan you too

Since these two exponents are divided, you have \(2^{3/4 - 1/2}\).

1/4?

So C?

yes

I have 1 more can u plz help?

absolutely.

I'm sorry to rush, but I have to get off soon

Thanks!

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