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    why is 2/(1x1/3) equal to 2?
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    I need help proving part a and b

    why is 2/(1x1/3) equal to 2?
    What?

    Sub an x or y value and show verify that the other coordinate is correct.
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    What?

    Sub an x or y value and show verify that the other coordinate is correct.
    that is what i have tried to do but i am not getting 1 or 0?
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    that is what i have tried to do but i am not getting 1 or 0?
    Show some working and I can see where you're going wrong.
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    I need help proving part a and b

    why is 2/(1x1/3) equal to 2?
    I think you misread the equation it is x to the power of 1/3 does that help?
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    Show some working and I can see where you're going wrong.
    y = 1^(2/3)-(2/(1/3)) + 1
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    y = 1^(2/3)-(2/(1/3)) + 1
    Why are you dividing by 1/3 ?

    1 raised to any power is 1.
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    Why are you dividing by 1/3 ?

    1 raised to any power is 1.
    i thought it was 1/3 x 1 not 1^(1/3). I can't tell if im an idiot or it wasn't clear
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    (Original post by Appazap)
    i thought it was 1/3 x 1 not 1^(1/3). I can't tell if im an idiot or it wasn't clear
    I just re-read it, yeah it is unclear.
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    I think you misread the equation it is x to the power of 1/3 does that help?
    thanks g
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    I just re-read it, yeah it is unclear.
    Thanks for the help though!!!
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    Thanks for the help though!!!
    No problem
 
 
 

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