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Using just the keyboard, one can write the fraction "three fourths" as 3/4.

Using that same format, indicate the fractional exponent that would signify that we wanted to first take a sixth root and then raise that answer to the 5th power, what what that exponent be?

 Mar 6, 2019
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(3/4)^(5/6)    or     [(3/4)^(1/6) ]^5

 Mar 6, 2019
edited by ElectricPavlov  Mar 6, 2019
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3/4 doesnt have anything to do with the problem, it was just show how the problem should be written

Guest Mar 6, 2019
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3/4 doesnt have anything to do with the problem, it was just show how the problem should be written

Guest Mar 6, 2019
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[ a^(1/6) ] ^(5)  =    a^(5/6)

 

So... (5/6) is what we need

 

 

cool cool cool

 Mar 6, 2019

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