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How would I simplify (1/2sqrtx^(-1/2))/(sqrt2x+9?

  • Algebra -

    eh? Do you mean

    1/2 (√x)^(-1/2)

    Kind of odd, having a root of a root

  • Algebra -

    I'm sorry no, all of it is multiplied (just ignore the dividing slash before square root2x+9, meant to be parentheses to multiply).

  • Algebra -

    Well, if you mean

    1/2 (√x)^(-1/2) √(2x+9)

    There's not much to do. If you make it all a 4th-root, then you have

    1/2 ∜((2x+9)^2 / x)

    I still don't think that's what you meant, but ...

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