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freemap

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Please help with my question

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  1. freemap
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  2. freemap
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    Theres answer choices, but I like to know how to solve it,

  3. iwillrektyou
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    In situations like this, the denominator becomes the index.

  4. iwillrektyou
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    And the numerator goes inside the radical.

  5. freemap
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    These are the answer choices, I don't know if you can solve without them

  6. iwillrektyou
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    So it would be |dw:1441652180094:dw|

  7. iwillrektyou
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    I believe the answer is b

  8. unimatix
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    |dw:1441652265749:dw|

  9. unimatix
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    Those should be exponents on the right.

  10. iwillrektyou
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    Basically, the denominators just become the index of the radical.

  11. texaschic101
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    see if this helps.. https://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/exponent-fractional.html

  12. freemap
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    Oh I was just about to ask how I put it in my calculator, So you just have to make a faction with the number outide the box

  13. unimatix
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    You should really learn how to do this without using a calculator especially if you are planning on learning higher level math.

  14. freemap
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    Thank you, I'll look at @texaschic101 document

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