## anonymous one year ago done

1. jim_thompson5910

part A) make sure to use parenthesis x^3/4 means $$\LARGE \frac{x^3}{4}$$

2. jim_thompson5910

so instead say x^(3/4) to mean $$\LARGE x^{3/4}$$

3. anonymous

Thanks for the input! Did I do it right though? :]

4. jim_thompson5910

you have the right answer for part A, yes

5. jim_thompson5910

part B, you'll use the idea that $\LARGE \frac{1}{x^{-k}} = x^k$

6. jim_thompson5910

part C, again like part A, use parenthesis I wouldn't convert 11/10 to 1&1/10. Just leave it as 11/10

7. jim_thompson5910

part D, use parenthesis for your exponent when you have a fractional exponent

8. jim_thompson5910

also, i would have this step in part D x^(1/3+1/3+1/3)

9. jim_thompson5910

yep

10. anonymous

Yay! Thanks so much for checking and helping! :]

11. jim_thompson5910

I'm glad to be of help