12th Grade Maths
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simplify (e is positive)
(24e)^1/3 / (3e)^1/3

12th Grade Maths 
TutorCat
(24e/3e)^(1/3)
(8)^1/3
(2*2*2)^(1/3)=? 
12th Grade Maths 
Heather
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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