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Fairly easy... but understandable I always had trouble with this c**p lol.

Ok, so original problem ---> 103=a^50

How about 103^(1/50)=a

I just got a by itself

Now, if you do 103^(1/50) in your calculator, it equals 1.0971

Don't get it? Here, I'll do another example

Example 2: 729=a^6

So, if you take 6 to the other side, and put 6 over 1, you will get 729^(1/6).

Doing that, a = 3

If you don't get it now, im not doing a good job lol.

Example 3: 234=a^20

So, again, take 20 to the other side, but put it over 1. You should get 234^(1/20)

Therefore, a=234^(1/20).

A = 1.3136

If you don't get it now, sorry.

Ok, so original problem ---> 103=a^50

How about 103^(1/50)=a

I just got a by itself

Now, if you do 103^(1/50) in your calculator, it equals 1.0971

Don't get it? Here, I'll do another example

Example 2: 729=a^6

So, if you take 6 to the other side, and put 6 over 1, you will get 729^(1/6).

Doing that, a = 3

If you don't get it now, im not doing a good job lol.

Example 3: 234=a^20

So, again, take 20 to the other side, but put it over 1. You should get 234^(1/20)

Therefore, a=234^(1/20).

A = 1.3136

If you don't get it now, sorry.

Guest Mar 21, 2012