Study Guide for Exam _2

Study Guide for Exam _2 - Can you simplify radicals if you...

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Study Guide for Exam #2 In addition to the material from Quizzes #4,#5, and #6, you’ll need to know:
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7.1 Rational Exponents What does it mean to raise x to the (1/n) power?
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7.2 Operations on Rational Exponents What do the denominators and numerators of rational exponents mean? Can you simplify expressions with rational exponents?
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7.3 Operations on Radicals Do you know that the nth root of a product is the product of the nth roots? How about that the nth root of a quotient is the quotient of the nth roots?
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Unformatted text preview: Can you simplify radicals if you add and subtract them? How about if you want to multiply or divide them? 7.4a Exponential/Radical Equations Can you solve equations with exponents and either similar or different bases? Extra Practice for 7.1-7.4: Check out the Chapter Review on page 497 ---- 1-32,36-39,45-52,55,59,65 Note that “even” solutions are available in the tutorial center (OM 287)....
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