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 Question 655255: (2y)/(3)-(3)/(4)=(5)/(12). How do you rewrite this equation without the fractions Click here to see answer by ewatrrr(11167)
 Question 655255: (2y)/(3)-(3)/(4)=(5)/(12). How do you rewrite this equation without the fractions Click here to see answer by checkley79(3056)

 Question 655234: Square root(x+2)+4=x lease show how to solve for x Click here to see answer by checkley79(3056)

 Question 655915: How would i go about simplifying a fractional radical like 1 over 12 times the cube root of 128? Click here to see answer by stanbon(60771)

 Question 656235: I just have a quick question on an equation. I have tried looking up this equation in our textbook, but I have had no luck. 3square root symbol 64(x-3)^3 how do I simplify this? I am so confused. Click here to see answer by MathTherapy(1817)

 Question 656266: What are the solutions for x in the given equation? Click here to see answer by Edwin McCravy(9717)

 Question 656517: I'm to use properties of rational exponents to simplify the expression, and assume all variables represent positive numbers. (2x^1/5)^5 I got 2x^(1/5)(5/1) I cancelled out the 5s and was left with just 2x, however, the book says it should be 32x. I know 2^5 is 32, but how would I raise it to the 5th power if I cancelled it out? Click here to see answer by jsmallt9(3438)

 Question 656749: How do I simplify this equation: the square root of one sixteenth minus one twenty fifth. Click here to see answer by ewatrrr(11167)
 Question 656749: How do I simplify this equation: the square root of one sixteenth minus one twenty fifth. Click here to see answer by MathLover1(7480)

 Question 657754: given: f(x)= 4x^2/x^2-9 a)find the vertical asymptote if any b) find the vertical asymptote if any Click here to see answer by chriswen(106)

 Question 658164: how to solve √sē-20s+100? I know the answer is |s-10| but I need the steps in solving this. Somehow the -20s dissapears. Where does it go and why? Click here to see answer by jim_thompson5910(29613)

 Question 658528: given G(x)=square root of x+5 + square root of 5x+3 write G(3) in the simplest form I really need to understand what they want thanx Click here to see answer by stanbon(60771)

 Question 659003: Is the square root of 5 a rational or irrational number? Click here to see answer by jim_thompson5910(29613)

 Question 659038: Find a point D(x, y) such that the points A(-3,0), B(4,-1), C(0,-4), and D are the corners of a square. (If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.) Click here to see answer by Edwin Parker(36)

 Question 659105: Can you please help me to multiply radical equations with fractions? This is the problem: sqrt of 1/3 multiplied by sqrt of 3/4 I've tried to solve this and get sqrt of 3/12 but I am not sure if I am doing the right thing. Thank you and More power. Click here to see answer by Alan3354(34677)
 Question 659105: Can you please help me to multiply radical equations with fractions? This is the problem: sqrt of 1/3 multiplied by sqrt of 3/4 I've tried to solve this and get sqrt of 3/12 but I am not sure if I am doing the right thing. Thank you and More power. Click here to see answer by MathLover1(7480)

 Question 659126: This is from adding, subtracting and dividing radical expressions. The directions say divide and if possible multiply. sqrt(72xy)/2*sqrt(2) I did this 2*sqrt (72xy/2)= 2*sqrt(36xy)= 2*6*sqrt(xy)=12sqrt(xy) The book says I should have 3sqrt(xy) as the answer. Is there a step I'm doing wrong? Click here to see answer by MathLover1(7480)

 Question 659128: Direction: Divide and simplify if possible. cuberoot(x^2+5x+6)/cuberoot(x+2) I did the following and got stuck: cuberoot(x^2+5x+6/x+2)=Cuberoot(5x+3) I canceled out an x from the top and divided 6 by 2 to get the answer. The book says I should have got cuberoot(x+3) for the answer. What is the correct way to solve this? Click here to see answer by MathTherapy(1817)

 Question 660550: -(8y + 5 ) - (-7y -7) =-5 Click here to see answer by jim_thompson5910(29613)

 Question 660595: I dont know how to write this but I will try, I am struggling to get pass my algebra class, The question I have is x+1=9x^3+9x^2 also I have a problem I dont know how to type it but I will try it has the radical equation sign I think its called it look like the old division like a check mark so it is that under it is x+10 than =x-2. Could you please help me Thank You Debbie Click here to see answer by stanbon(60771)

 Question 661043: Hello! Can you please solve this question right away since I need this immediately for tomorrow: Instruction(s): Find all real solutions in each equation. √(x-3)+1=√(x+2) Thanks for answering!!! Click here to see answer by Edwin McCravy(9717)

 Question 661035: Hello! I've tried this website once and it really worked! So here's my question involving radical expressions: Instruction(s): Find all real solutions in each equation. 1.) √(x-3)+1=√(x+2) So I have tried to go to other websites such as Mathway, which had an answer of 7, but unfortunately, you have to pay to have the solutions.(can you please add solutions) Please answer back because I really need this tomorrow for school. Thanks a lot! More Power to you and algebra.com! Click here to see answer by ewatrrr(11167)

 Question 661586: The domain of the function: (1/ (sqrt (2x + 15)) and ( (x+2) / (x^2 - 225) ). I don't understand how to write it in interval notation. Click here to see answer by lwsshak3(7678)

 Question 662096: Solve for each rational equation. Check your solutions. √(5x-4=6) The square root of 5x-4=6 Click here to see answer by checkley79(3056)