# SOLUTION: how would I solve this, write it in simplest form, and rationaliz all denominarots? square root of K squared M to the fourth, divided by the square root of K to the fifth.

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 Question 137615: how would I solve this, write it in simplest form, and rationaliz all denominarots? square root of K squared M to the fourth, divided by the square root of K to the fifth. Answer by ankor@dixie-net.com(18980)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! write it in simplest form, and rationaliz all denominarots? square root of K squared M to the fourth, divided by the square root of K to the fifth. : Assume you mean = Cancel: sqrt(k) into sqrt(k^5, then use the rules of exponents to get rid of the radical and denominator: = =