How to Get Rid of a Fractional Exponent?

Answer An expression with a fractional, or rational, exponent is equivalent to an expression written with a radical. Converting an expression with a fractional exponent into one with a radical gets rid of... Read More »

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How to Get Rid of a Fractional Exponent in a Binomial?

A polynomial is an expression containing multiple terms with variables, such as x or y, raised to whole-number exponents. When you have terms in a polynomial with fractional exponents, such as x^(2... Read More »

How to Write a Fractional Exponent on the Keyboard?

On paper, a fractional exponent appears as a numerator and denominator to the upper right of a base. A base is a number or variable with an exponent. When you type numbers and math symbols on a key... Read More »

How to Factor Fractional Polynomials?

A polynomial is an expression of one or more terms involving variables and constants. A fractional polynomial has one or more numerator and denominator terms. For example, the simple expression 2x ... Read More »

Purpose of a Fractional Distillation?

Fractional distillation is a process in which a mixture of two or more miscible liquids is separated into its components. Miscible liquids are liquids that mix in all proportions or are completely ... Read More »