## anonymous one year ago Algebra 2, Simplifying Radicals.

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2. anonymous

Here, we are dividing two terms with exponents. The bases (x) are the same, and thus we can employ the rule that states $\huge \frac{x^a}{x^b}=x^{a-b}$

3. anonymous

Okay, thank you. That means it would be x^4/6 then I simplify the 4/6?

4. anonymous

So x^2/3?