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## anonymous one year ago how to transform (^6√(x^5))^7 into an expression with a rational exponent?

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1. kropot72

$\large \sqrt[6]{x^{5}}=x^{\frac{5}{6}}$ Therefore we now can write the original expression as $\large (x^{\frac{5}{6}})^{7}$ Can you do the last step?

2. kropot72

@badsuns Are you there?

3. kropot72

You need to use the rule $\large (x^{a})^{b}=x^{ab}$

4. anonymous

sorry sorry, i was doing other work. i figured out the answer though. thanks anyway! :)

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