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Radical and Rational Exponent
find roots
square roots of 12a^3/25=6a^3

-3-square roots 18/-6=-1 this is my answer am I right.

check this for me it find the roots of the problem

asked by JohnJ
  1. I am unable to determine what the problem is.


    Is it this?

    Sqrt((12a^3)/25)=6a^3 ?

    divide by 6a^3

    sqrt (12a^3/(36a^6 *25)=1
    SQUARE BOTH SIDES
    1/(3a^3*25)=1

    a^3=1/125
    a= 1/5

    posted by bobpursley
  2. Radical and Rational Exponent
    find roots
    square roots of 12a^3/25


    check this for me it find the roots of the problem

    posted by Gregory

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