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  • one year ago

(Algebra) What to do when index is 6 and radical 1,000,000?

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  1. DF001
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    \[\sqrt[6]{1,000,000}\]

  2. DF001
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    can someone show me how to solve this in steps pls I only know how to do it when the index is 2

  3. DF001
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    I need help pls

  4. DF001
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    hi i need help pls

  5. DF001
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    |dw:1441854537227:dw|

  6. anonymous
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    What are the factors of 1,000,000?

  7. DF001
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    1000 x 1000

  8. DF001
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    i only know how to do when index is 2

  9. anonymous
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    \[\sqrt[6]{1000000}=\sqrt[6]{^{10^6}}=10\]

  10. DF001
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    but i never done one with a 6

  11. DF001
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    I know the answer is 10 but, im not sure how to get it

  12. anonymous
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    @amirreza1870 Giving out direct answers is against the Code of Conduct of openstudy. :)

  13. DF001
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    i dont know how to reduce it

  14. DF001
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    i know i can use 1000000^1/6 but, i would have to use the calculator for that and im trying to avoid from using my calculator

  15. anonymous
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    ok.I used this rule \[\sqrt[m]{a^{n}}=a^{\frac{ n }{ m }}\]

  16. DF001
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    1000000^1/6 but if i had no calculator how else can i do it on paper

  17. DF001
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    breaking it down

  18. DF001
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    |dw:1441854836289:dw| something like thise

  19. DF001
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    is there a way to do it without calculator for 1000000^1/6

  20. DF001
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    Well, I think it's impossible to do 1000000^1/6 by hand so ill assume this question requires a calculator

  21. DF001
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    its not that i cant use the calculator during test but, it would be nice to know how :/

  22. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    You can factor it if you want. As you can see, 10 is the factor of 1,000,000 six times, so \(\sqrt[6]{1,000,000} = 10\)|dw:1441855339746:dw|

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