(-x-5/12 y2/15)6(-5x1/6y1/5)-3

(-x-5/12 y2/15)6(-5x1/6y1/5)-3

A. 1/5 sqrt of x^3 B. 1/3 sqrt of x^5 C. Sqrt of -3 x^5 D. Sqrt of -5 x^3

find the rational number which when multiplied by 3/72 give the product 31/343

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I'm having a little trouble solving equations when there is a rational exponent. Would you be able to explain how to do the following? (x+3)^2/3 = 8 (x^2-5)^3/2=27 3x(x-1)^1/2 +...

[(64c^5/3)/(a^-1/5b^4/5)]^-3/2

(64c^5/3/a^-1/5b^4/5)^-3/2

(x2/3y-1/4)-4

Use rational exponents to write a single radical expression. x^8/15 X y^1/7 x^1/3 X y^-1/5

x^1/9 · x^−4/9

b^1/4/b^9/4

b^1/2 · b^−3/4/b^1/4

Simplify. (If the solution is not a real number, enter NOT REAL.) (125/27)^-2/3

What is a rational exponent? How are rational exponents related to radicals? Give an example of how an expression with a rational exponent can be rewritten as a radical expression, and simplify the...

Essentially the goal is to simplify 25^(3/2), and leave the answer as a fraction. I always end up with a whole number. Any assistance regarding this would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance...

The total wages W in a metropolitan area compared to it's population p can be approximated by a power function of the form W=a*p^(9/8) where a is a constant. About how many times as great does the...

From what I understand, the integers must be positive before you can convert this unit to radical form. The Answer I get when I worked it out is as follows: 3√-B^-2 I recognize my error...

Rewrite the rational exponent as a radical expression.3 to the 2 over 3 power, to the 1 over 6 power

subject: use the rational exponent convert into radical expresssio

I am working with rational exponents. I have to answer with positive exponents. y 6/7 over y 3/7. y 6/7 ____________ y 3/7

rational exponents nth roots HOW DO YOU GET THE ANSWER FOR THIS? (3 ^(1/3)) ^(2/5)