Suzanne S.

asked • 04/25/13

How do you change x^(7/5) into a radical expression?

How do you change x^(7/5) into a radical expression?

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Becca M. answered • 04/25/13

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I think it would be more accurate to describe logs as the opposites of exponents.  For instance, log10(103) = 3 and in general, log10(10x) = x just like x + 5 - 5 = x.  I think it would be better to describe exponents and roots as alternative ways of talking about the same thing: so, x1/2 and sqrt(x) both mean the same thing.

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