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How Do I Solve Radical Equations with Exponents Exercise

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How do I solve radical equations with exponents? Study Material Prepared by José Marín https://www.studypool.com/jjmarinf?aid=jjmarinf There is nothing better than explaining mathematics by solving an exercise. Example case: The resolution of the exercise begins remembering that the root is the representation of a rational exponent, that is: For a better development of the exercise it is recommended to break down the members of the equation, in this case the first member of the equation to work can be represented as And the second member, as it is a binomial squared, develops as follows Uniting the development of both members, based on the original equation we would have The trick to continue solving the equation is to work the exponents. As you can see, when there are bases with rational exponents raised to any number, the corresponding operation is a direct multiplication of th ...
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