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#1
how do i write this : 2/∛(x⁴) as indices ?
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7 years ago
#2
(Original post by LosMutos)
how do i write this : 2/∛(x⁴) as indices ?
Ignore the fraction for a second. Turn ∛(x⁴) into a single indice.

Once you've done that, you need to use the common technique you use when you have an indice on the denominator.

And thats it. Any more help needed, just post it below!
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#3
so the answer is just 2/x^(4/3)
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7 years ago
#4
(Original post by LosMutos)
so the answer is just 2/x^(4/3)
Thats the first step done. You can simplify it further. Hint: 1/x = x^(-1)
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#5
I don't know how to go further..
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7 years ago
#6
(Original post by LosMutos)
I don't know how to go further..
When you have a power on the bottom, you can simply bring it to the top and change the sign.

For example: =

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#7
Oh my it was that easy! Thanks
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7 years ago
#8
(Original post by LosMutos)
Oh my it was that easy! Thanks
Yep. Simple as that
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