how do i simplify this?

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Simplify what?
\[\frac{ x ^{1/4} }{ x ^{1/14} }\]
@perl can you please use complete sentences so i can understand to do it because i have more expressions like these i need to simplify

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Or you can get rid of the fractions by multiplying them by their reciprocals
can you please show me step by step? @Jcameron
i wasn't there when the teacher was explaining this please help
so you multiply 1/4 with 4/1 multiply 1/14 with 14/1 what do you get?
you should end up with a whole number
4/4= 1 14/14 = 1
x/x
so you end up with x
does that make sense??
because if you divide 1x with 1x you get 1
so is the final answer x or x/x?
the final answer should be x
okay thank you so much that actually makes sense like for some reason i axpected it to be harder thats why my mind was confused
Do you understand? I know I was kind of sloppy with my explanation
No problem :)
no i totally get it

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