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WARM-UP

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8.6 PRACTICE SOLUTIONS(14-33 EVEN)

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CLEAR UP A FEW THINGS

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SOLVING EQUATIONS WITH RATIONAL EXPONENTS

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TO SOLVE EQUATIONS WITH RATIONAL EXPONENTS YOU NEED TO… Isolate the variable To undo a rational exponent, raise both sides of the equation by the reciprocal of that rational exponent. REMINDERS: You CAN’T take the square root of a negative number. You CAN take the cube root of a negative number When you take a square root of a number, you need to consider both positive and negative values. If the number isn’t a perfect square or cube, leave it in its radical form for a more exact answer. Check Solution.

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EXAMPLE 1: SOLVE FOR X

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EXAMPLE 2: SOLVE FOR X

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EXAMPLE 3: SOLVE FOR X

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EXAMPLE 4: SOLVE FOR X

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EXAMPLE 5: SOLVE FOR X

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EXAMPLE 6: SOLVE FOR X

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HOMEWORK Worksheet #20

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