# SOLUTION: use rational exponents to write x^1/9 times y^1/6 times z^1/3 as a single radical expression ^means raising to that power and the 1/9 and so on are fractions

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 Question 475512: use rational exponents to write x^1/9 times y^1/6 times z^1/3 as a single radical expression ^means raising to that power and the 1/9 and so on are fractionsAnswer by stanbon(57967)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!write x^1/9 times y^1/6 times z^1/3 as a single radical expression ---- Least common multiple of 9,6,3 is 18 ---- x^(2/18)*y^(3/18)*z^(6/18 ---- = [x^2*y^3*z^6]^(1/18) ========= Cheers, Stan H.