 Recent questions in Exponents and radicals glamrockqueen7 2021-10-16 Answered

### Simplify each expression. Express final results without using zero or negative integers as exponents. $$\left(\frac{y^3}{x^{-4}}\right)^{-2}$$ BenoguigoliB 2021-10-14 Answered

### Differentiate the following. Simplify your answer completly. Write your answer without negative exponents or rational exponents. $$\displaystyle{f{{\left({x}\right)}}}={\left({3}{x}^{{4}}+{5}{x}-{2}\right)}{\left({2}{x}^{{3}}+{\frac{{{5}}}{{{x}^{{4}}}}}\right)}$$ Find the slope of the line tangent to $$\displaystyle{f{{\left({x}\right)}}}={\tan{{x}}}$$ at $$\displaystyle{x}={\frac{{\pi}}{{{4}}}}$$ ringearV 2021-10-14 Answered

### Rewrite the expression using only positive exponents, and simplify. (Assume that any variables in the expression are nonzero.) $$\displaystyle{\left({\frac{{{3}{u}^{{2}}{v}^{{-{1}}}}}{{{3}^{{3}}{u}^{{-{1}}}{v}^{{3}}}}}\right)}^{{-{2}}}$$ Line 2021-10-12 Answered

### Simplify each expression. Write answers without negative exponents. Assume all variables represent positive real numbers. $$\displaystyle{\left({\frac{{{121}}}{{{100}}}}\right)}^{{-\frac{{3}}{{2}}}}$$ Lennie Carroll 2021-10-11 Answered

### Using laws of exponents, simplify and then evaluate: 1. $$\displaystyle{\left({3}^{{3}}\cdot{3}\right)}^{{2}}+{\left[\frac{{\left({2}\right)}^{{5}}}{{\left(-{2}\right)}^{{2}}}\right]}^{{3}}$$ 2. $$\displaystyle\frac{{\left(-{3}\right)}^{{7}}}{{\left(-{3}\right)}^{{2}}}{\left(-{3}\right)}^{{3}}$$ abondantQ 2021-10-08 Answered

### Solve the exponential equation $$\displaystyle{32}^{{x}}={8}$$ by expressing each side as a power of the same base and then equating exponents. remolatg 2021-10-02 Answered

### Find the distance between the pair of points (3.5, 8.2) and (-0.5, 6.2). If necessary, express answers in simplified radical form and then round to two decimals places. amanf 2021-10-01 Answered

### Find, to the nearest tenth of a second, the period of a pendulum of length 3.5 feet. Nann 2021-10-01 Answered

### Find the rectangular coordinates of the pair of points $$\displaystyle{\left({6},\pi\right)}$$ and $$\displaystyle{\left({5},{7}\frac{\pi}{{4}}\right)}$$. Then find the distance, in simplified radical form, between the points. ka1leE 2021-09-30 Answered

### Simplify and express the final result using positive exponents. $$\displaystyle{\left({\frac{{{8}{y}^{{2}}}}{{{2}{y}^{{-{1}}}}}}\right)}^{{-{1}}}$$ emancipezN 2021-09-30 Answered

### Expand the expression and write your answer without the exponents. $$\displaystyle{{\log}_{{4}}{\frac{{{x}^{{2}}{y}^{{4}}}}{{{8}}}}}$$ sagnuhh 2021-09-30 Answered

### Solve for the following exponential equations. Use the natural logarithm in your answer(where applicable) for full credit. Use rules for exponents, factor and simplify. $$\displaystyle{10}^{{{6}-{3}{x}}}={18}$$ Anonym 2021-09-29 Answered

### Simplify and express the final result using positive exponents. $$\displaystyle{\left({x}^{{-{3}}}{y}^{{4}}\right)}^{{-{2}}}$$ sagnuhh 2021-09-29 Answered

### Model the following data using an exponential function of the form $$\displaystyle{f{{\left({x}\right)}}}={A}{b}^{{x}}$$ . Set up a system of equations, and solve it to get A and b. f(x) is exponential and goes through the points (1, 2) and (4, 6). Marvin Mccormick 2021-09-29 Answered

### Solve the exponential equation $$\displaystyle{6}^{{\frac{{{x}-{3}}}{{4}}}}=\sqrt{{{6}}}$$ by expressing each side as a power of the same base and then equating exponents. ankarskogC 2021-09-28 Answered

### Solve the exponential equation $$3^x=81$$ by expressing each side as a power of the same base and then equating exponents. tabita57i 2021-09-26 Answered

### Simplify and express the final result using positive exponents. $$\displaystyle{\left({\frac{{{4}{a}^{{-{2}}}}}{{{3}{b}^{{-{2}}}}}}\right)}^{{-{2}}}$$ EunoR 2021-09-24 Answered

### A function value and a quadrant are given. Find the other five function values. Give exact answers, uing radicals as needed. Rationalize all denominators. $$\displaystyle{\cot{\theta}}=-{4}$$, Quandrant 4 Dottie Parra 2021-09-23 Answered

### Solve for the following exponential equations. Use the natural logarithm in your answer(where applicable) for full credit. Use rules for exponents, factor and simplify. $$\displaystyle{4}^{{{1}-{x}}}={3}^{{{2}{x}+{5}}}$$ cistG 2021-09-23 Answered

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