anonymous
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Medal to most helpful in finding correct answer! Using full sentences, describe how to fully simplify Francisco and Ryan's expressions. Describe if Francisco and Ryan started with equivalent expressions or if they started with expressions that are not equal.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Francisco and Ryan are stuck simplifying radical expressions. Francisco has simplified to \[\frac{ x ^{1/2} }{ x ^{3/18} }\]. Ryan has simplified to \[\sqrt[27]{x^{2}\times x^{3}\times x^{4}}\]. Using full sentences, describe how to fully simplify Francisco and Ryan's expressions. Describe if Francisco and Ryan started with equivalent expressions or if they started with expressions that are not equal.
DariusX
  • DariusX
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anonymous
  • anonymous
would Fransisco's be \[\frac{ x ^{1/2} }{ x ^{1/6} }\]?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh okay I see how you did Fransisco's. Can you go more in depth with Ryan's?
anonymous
  • anonymous
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DariusX
  • DariusX
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Wow you made everything so much easier. I appreciate it. Now, for this part: Describe if Francisco and Ryan started with equivalent expressions or if they started with expressions that are not equal. - Were the expressions equivalent because they both are 1/3? i'm confused on this part
anonymous
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DariusX
  • DariusX
yes the expressions were equivalent because if they weren't then the answers would be different
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh right. I see. Thanks man.

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