Multiply x^1/3 times x^3/7 .

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Multiply x^1/3 times x^3/7 .

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do i need a common denominator?
or do i just multiply them
\[\frac{ x^1 }{ 3 } \times \frac{ x^3 }{ 7 }\] you just multiply it.

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Use this rule \[\LARGE x^{a} * x^{b} = x^{a+b}\] to get \[\LARGE x^{1/3} * x^{3/7} = x^{1/3+3/7} = ??\]
to add 1/3 to 3/7, yes you will need a common denominator
so it ends up x^3/21
if i just multiply it
\[x ^{a}\times x ^{b}=x ^{a+b}\]
a=1 b=3
try again
x^1 times x^3 = x^4?
yes
now what ? @Shalante
You thought the answer was x^3/21 earlier but it is x^4/21 The denominator you multiplied was correct, but your numerator was not. Now both are correct.
\[ x^{1/3}\times x^{3/7}=x^{1/3+3/7}=x^{7/21+9/21}=x^{(7+9)/21}\]

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