## anonymous one year ago rewrite in simplest radical form. show each step of the process. x^5/6 over x^1/6

1. Nnesha

when we divide same bases we should subtract their exponents $\huge\rm \frac{ x^m }{ x^n }=x^{m-n}$

2. anonymous

so 5/6-1/6= would it be 4/6

3. Nnesha

yes reduce the fraction

4. anonymous

so it'd be reduced to 2/3

5. Nnesha

and then rewrite that into radical form $\huge\rm x^\frac{ m }{ n }= \sqrt[n]{x^m}$

6. Nnesha

that's an example^^

7. anonymous

so it would be ^3square root x ^2. sorry if it's confusing the way I wrote it I just don't know how to add the symbol

8. Nnesha

yes that's right you should say cube root of x^2 not square root that would be $\sqrt{ }$

9. Nnesha

good job!

10. anonymous

thank u so much

11. Nnesha

mypleasure! :=)