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 +...

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

Given a cube with volume V, you can use the formula P=4V1/3 to find the perimeter of one of the cube's square faces. Find the perimeter of a face of a cube that has the volume 125m3.

the formula is P=4V¹⁄³ (1/3 is an exponent) 125m³ is the volume of one side

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...

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...

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)

I need to be shown how to do this please please please!!

numbers with negative exponents and parentheses both addition and multiplication of the base numbers in parentheses and with combinations of positive and negative exponenets outside the parentheses...

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