







Splitting twice 
20171111 

From Terry: 4 people are splitting 1/3 of something. 1 is to receive twice as much as the other 3. what it the fractional interest for each? Answered by Penny Nom. 





Exponential form 
20160126 

From Jufe: What is the exponential form of ³√11x² Answered by Penny Nom. 





Simultaneous fractional equations 
20140215 

From benjamin: hi math central. benjamin here. during class, i had problem with this topic. normally i wont have problems with math but this topic i just too hard for me. please help i am having exam and test next week on this topic
here is the question:
using substitution method, solve the simultaneous equation.
(x+1)/(y+2)=0.5
(x2)/(y1)=1/3 Answered by Penny Nom. 





Simultaneous equations with fractions 
20130331 

From Terence: 5/x6/y=1
17/x+30/y=16
I been spending whole day to solve this question. Would be very grateful if you can help I try
The denominator value is a equations term which make is simultaneous equations so hard. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Percent as a fractional relationship 
20130114 

From Kenneth: What does the following indicate?
"A percent is another way of expressing the ratio or fractional relationship
of two numbers."
I know what a ratio is, but the term "fractional relationship" confuses me.
I thank you for your reply. Answered by Penny Nom. 





(27^r^1)^2/3 
20110424 

From YungJu: (27^r^1)^2/3 Answered by Penny Nom. 





Fractional part 
20090401 

From Galina: What fractional part of eight is eight hundredths Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





How do you solve " (x4)^3/2 = 6 "? 
20081117 

From Jim: How do you solve " (x4)^3/2 = 6 " ? Answered by Penny Nom. 





Exponential form 
20070416 

From Cassia: I was just wondering, how do you write the squared root of 7x(to the 5th) in
exponential form? If you could help explain that I'd be grateful. Thanks Answered by Brennan Yaremko. 





I want to calculate 0.00353 to the power 1.3 
20060514 

From Richard: I want to calculate 0.00353 to the power 1.3 How do I do it? Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





A fractional inequality 
20030408 

From Jessica: Solve for x. Write in interval notation.
[(x^{2})9]/[x5] >= 0 Answered by Penny Nom. 





Radicals with fractional radicands 
20021111 

From A student: how do I simplify radicals with fractional radicands? ex. 7sqrt(2) + sqrt(50)  2sqrt(18) 10sqrt(3/5)  24sqrt(5/3) 3sqrt(2/9) + 1/2sqrt(32) + sqrt(9/8) Answered by Penny Nom. 





Fractional exponents 
20020920 

From Jill: The problem is with fractional exponants: 10 1/3 mult. by 10,000 The 1/3 is an exponant of 10. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Manipulating powers 
20000913 

From Phil: 2^{1/5} x 4^{2/5} = ? Answered by Penny Nom. 

