Jasmin C.

asked • 10/05/15# I don't understand :/ ?

^{2/3}=100. I used the "help me solve this" feature and it gave me:

^{2/3})

^{3/2}=+-(100)

^{3/2}

^{3/2 }?

^{2/3})

^{3/2}=+-(81)

^{3/2}

## 5 Answers By Expert Tutors

Wachaspati P. answered • 10/05/15

SAT Math . ACT Math . Algebra (All) . Geometry . Trig . Pre-Calculus

^{3/2}

^{2 }

^{3 = 1000}

^{2/3 }

^{3 with the 2/3 power. }

John S. answered • 10/05/15

Engineer who likes to teach others

# okay - lets break that out = 100 ^{3/2=} = 100^{ 1/2} X 3

^{= 10*10 *10 = 1000}

Sylvia B. answered • 10/05/15

Math, chemistry, biology, physics, test prep & German tutor

^{1/2 }is the same as √, i.e 100

^{3/2 }= 100

^{3 }= 1 000 000

^{1/2 }= √1 000 000 = 1 000...

^{1/3}this simply means take the cube root, etc.

Richard D. answered • 10/05/15

PhD in Molecular Biology with 7+ years tutoring experience

^{3/2}power is same as the square root of 100

^{3}. 100 cubed is 1000000 and the square root of a million is 1000.

Lena S. answered • 10/05/15

Violin and Piano Teacher

^{3/2 }means "the square root of 100 cubed." So square root of 100 is +/-10, and +/-10 cubed is +/-1000.

^{3/2}: first take the square root of 81, which is -/+9. Then cube it, which is -/+729.

Art V.

10/05/15

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Aman A.

^{3/2}=(100^{1/2})^{3}=(√100)^{3}=(10)^{3}=100010/05/15