(8a^6b^3/2)^2/3 i need help with this

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 (8a^6b^3/2)^2/3

Oct 11th, 2015

Hello, whenever there is an exponent outside of the parentheses you always add them together to the previous exponent.


Though in this one there are two degrees or levels it is exponented in the first parentheses, so 2/3 is added to 6b and not 3/2.

Let me know if this matches the equation in your homework.


Oct 11th, 2015

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