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  • one year ago

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  1. BTaylor
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    post your question?

  2. anonymous
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    |dw:1434674084996:dw| check and solve

  3. BTaylor
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    \(\frac{r}{6} = 5^{2/3}\) ??

  4. BTaylor
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    Is that the correct problem?

  5. anonymous
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    yes

  6. BTaylor
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    to solve for r, just multiply both sides by 6.

  7. anonymous
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    Can you explain

  8. BTaylor
    • one year ago
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    You multiply by 6 so you have \(r \times 6/6\), which is just one. Then, since you did it to one side of the equation, you have to do it to the other side as well.

  9. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    So basically r x 1= 1and then i would do 6x5

  10. BTaylor
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    yes. But remember the \(6 \times 5^{2/3}\)

  11. anonymous
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    6x5 would be 30

  12. BTaylor
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    is it 5 to the 2/3 power? or 5 and 2/3?

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