To write: An expression using rational exponents and using radicals. 5x^{frac{5}{2}}+2x^{frac{1}{2}}+x^{frac{3}{2}}

foass77W 2020-12-15 Answered
To write: An expression using rational exponents and using radicals.
5x52+2x12+x32
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casincal
Answered 2020-12-16 Author has 82 answers
An expression in rational exponents is as follows:
5x52+2x12+x32
Now the above expression can be written as
5(x5)12+2x+(x3)12
5x5+2x+x3
This is the required expression in radical form.
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