How to Solve Equations With Two Rational Exponents?

Answer Rational exponents, also called fractional exponents, are fractional numbers that a specific number (called the base) is raised to the power of. For example, in 3^(1/2), 3 is the base, while 1/2 is... Read More »

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How to Solve an Equation With Rational Exponents?

A rational exponent is also known as a fractional exponent. The exponent is divided into two parts. The top part, or numerator, has the function of a regular exponent and raises the number or expre... Read More »

How to Solve Rational Exponents With a Calculator?

Rational exponents are fractions raised to exponential powers, such as (2/3)^4. You raise fractions to exponential powers by raising the individual terms to exponential powers. For instance, 2/3 be... Read More »

How to Solve Rational Equations?

If you see a fraction with at least 1 variable in it--in either the numerator or the denominator--that fraction is called a "rational expression." A rational equation is any equation that involves ... Read More »

How to Solve Rational Equations With Fractions?

Rational equations can often be off-putting, because they include fractions and, sometimes, the "x" terms are in the denominators of fractions. You will become adept at solving rational equations w... Read More »