12th Grade Maths

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simplify (e is positive)

(24e)^1/3 / (3e)^1/3

  • 12th Grade Maths -

    (24e/3e)^(1/3)
    (8)^1/3
    (2*2*2)^(1/3)=?

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    when you have variable with the same base, you can add, subtract, or multiply the exponents to simplify. in this case you subtract because the equation is a fraction. you also divide the 24 by 3

    answer= 8 ( the e's cancel because they have the same exponent)

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