## Janu16 one year ago Rewrite in simplest radical form x 5 6 x 1 6. Show steps. I will draw if you don't understand what i wrote

1. Janu16

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2. DanJS

hello again

3. DanJS

this is the same two rules as before... what did you do first

4. DanJS

to simplify, i wouldnt write any radicals

5. Janu16

wait you do 5-1 so 4/6?

6. DanJS

yes!

7. Janu16

finally so you just put that in radical form?

8. DanJS

\[x^{5/6} * x^{-1/6} = x^{5/6 + (-1/6)}\]

9. DanJS

you can, i would just leave it as a fractional power,

10. Janu16

its says rewrite in simplest radical form..

11. DanJS

oh, right, yeah do that

12. jim_thompson5910

don't forget to reduce the fraction as much as possible

13. Janu16

ohh we so would it be 1/3 or somethinf? @DanJS

14. DanJS

4/6 = 2/3

15. Janu16

oh ya 2/3 so is this how you show all the steps? hold on

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17. Janu16

@DanJS

18. DanJS

yes, x^(2/3)

19. Janu16

20. DanJS

yeah you lost your x for some reason...

21. Janu16

no i jus forgot to write it. thx again

22. DanJS

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23. DanJS

yeh now make it a radical

24. Janu16

oh wait forgot lol so hold on

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26. DanJS

\[x^{2/3} = [x^2]^{1/3}\]

27. DanJS

yep

28. Janu16

so im correct? hx

29. DanJS

yes