## BloomLocke367 one year ago @Nnesha, help?

1. BloomLocke367

$$\large(3x^{\frac{2}{3}})(4x^{\frac{3}{4}})$$

2. Nnesha

when you multiply same bases you should add their exponents $\huge\rm x^m \times x^n=x^{m+n}$

3. BloomLocke367

.-. I knew that. the fractions threw me off, I guess XD

4. BloomLocke367

soooo $$12x^{\frac{17}{12}}$$?

5. BloomLocke367

@King.Void.

6. BloomLocke367

nevermind xp

7. King.Void.

I am not good at math...

8. Nnesha

find the common denominator 3 and 4 are not same so multiply them $\huge\rm \frac{ 2(4)+3(3) }{ 4(3) }$ multiply the numerator of $$\color{red}{\rm 1st}$$ fraction by the denominator of $$\color{red}{\rm 2nd}$$ fraction multiply the numerator of $$\color{red}{\rm 2nd}$$ fraction by the denominator of $$\color{red}{\rm 1st}$$ fraction $\frac{ 8+9 }{ 12 }=\rm answer$