How do you change x^(7/5) into a radical expression?
write x 7/5 as a radical
On questions such as the area is 3 times the square root of 2 + 5, how would you solve that algebraically?
? My teacher has taught us two different methods to do so, such as foiling and square rooting it in the calculator, then square rooting it again, and square rooting each of the choices until it matches...
how to solve either by eliminating or including 7 and 56 ?