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Order: Change the Radicals to the same order

 

Radical 5 and Radical 4 with 3 index

ManuelBautista2019  Feb 15, 2018
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Manuel....I guess we have this :

 

3√ 5   3√ 4

 

But......I'm not sure what you want to do with these.....we can't add them because we don't have the same quantities under the radicand

 

Multiplying them we get

 

3√20

 

I'm confused....!!!

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Feb 15, 2018
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I really do not understand your question Manuel.

 

I do not understand what you mean here 

Radical 5 and Radical 4 with 3 index

 

AND i do not understand what you mean by 'the same order'

 

If you know what you mean, perhaps you can explain better, or upload a photo of the actual question perhaps. :/

Melody  Feb 16, 2018
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Hectictat figured this out.....I think she gave Manuel the correct answer by private message

 

But.....for anyone interested...it was supposed to be  :

 

√ 5  ,  3√4

 

And we can write

 

5^(1/2) ,   4^(1/3)    =      {get a comon denominator of 6 on the fractions }

 

5^(3/6),  4^(2/6)  =

 

6√ [ 5^3 ] , 6√ [4^2 ]    =

 

6√125,  6√16

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Feb 16, 2018

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