MATH Is there no one who can helpp???????
posted by Anonymous on .
how do i simplify 9/2x^3/2??? please help i dun need a answer necessary just an explanation is fine :)

It equals (9/2)x^3/2, if 2x^3/2 is your denominator.
It is not clear from the way you have written it.
You need to learn when and how to use parentheses when typing equations. 
its a fraction of 9 over 2 x to the power of 3/2... (9/2)x^3/2

What you just wrote could be either 9/[(2x)^(3/2)]
or
9/[2*x^(3/2)]
They are not the same.
If it is the latter, my previous answer applies. 
ok so 9 is to be in numerator and 2x^3/2 which is 2x to the power or 3/2 come in the denominator so how do i simpify this...