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what is |dw:1441484588912:dw|

how do you rationalize it?

|dw:1441486622928:dw|

|dw:1441486781234:dw|

rules for exponents the nth root is the same as a fractional exponent.

the answer is supposed to be |dw:1441486876177:dw|

Or in decimal form, 3.7797631...

|dw:1441486898347:dw|

give me a minute

sure

|dw:1441487116337:dw||dw:1441487355866:dw|

hey :))
we have to add 2/3

|dw:1441488139781:dw|

6 * 42/3 divided by 4

so on the bottom we get 2 and the 6 turns into a 3?

\[\large\rm \frac{3\cdot4^{2/3}}{2}\]Yayyyy good job \c:/

OH interesting :O
Ok sec I think about it

yes thank you very much

yay team \c:/

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