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this is on a con nexus test

@Icedragon50 cool? i dont even know what that is

Hello.

@zeesbrat3 Hi! think you can help?

Yes. When the exponent to a variable is negative, you find the reciprocal. Making B x

Does that make sense?

Yeah, I think I understand.

The -1 turns positive, right?

then isn't it x^1/1?

Yes which is?

OH I see

wow, okay. so it's divide by 1, which make it just x^1
and x^1 is just x, right?

Yep! Good job

Alright then

So what did you get for C?

is d also just x then?

Why is D x?

because the exponents add up to 3/3, which is 1 right?
or am i missing something

No you are correct, I was just making sure you knew why.

Oh, thank you!
So then it's x^1, (or just x) :D right??

Yep

Sure

I'll try to simplify C

so x^11

Well, not quite. There is the radical to consider

\[\sqrt[10]{x^{11}}\]
like that ?

Perfect!

im not sure what to do with the radical... or is that all i can do to simplify?

hm, alright then.. how about A then? can i do anything with that?

It's already simplified

You're welcome