Post a New Question

Algebra II

posted by .

I keep getting different answers, can someone help?

(16^sqrt5)
---------------- * 32^-2sqrt5
(4^sqrt5)

By the way, I got 2^-8sqrt5

  • Algebra II -

    You notation is unclear and confusing.

    Do you mean 16 to the power of the square root of 5 divided by 4 to the power of the square root of the square root of 5, all multiplied by 32 to the power of -2 times the square root of 5?

    If so, I don't know what to do to find a solution. If not, please repost with clearer notation.

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

Answer This Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

More Related Questions

Post a New Question