# Maths - how do you calculate 9(4)^3/2?

Best answer: Presuming that is:

9(4)^(3/2)

Put 4 as a power of 2:

9(2²)^(3/2)

then the exponent of an exponent is the same as the product of the exponents. To multiply 2 by 3/2 to get:

9(2³)

Now simplify:

9(8)

72

What are you retarded? That's easy. Listen, beat your head against a wall, try that.

4^(1/2) is 2, so 4^(3/2) is 2^3 which is 8. Then multiply by 9.

Presentation is incorrect and open to doubt due to lack of

brackets.

taking a GUESS at

9 (4)^(3/2) = 9 x 8 = 72

PS

Use brackets !!!!

Presuming that is:

9(4)^(3/2)

Put 4 as a power of 2:

9(2²)^(3/2)

then the exponent of an exponent is the same as the product of the exponents. To multiply 2 by 3/2 to get:

9(2³)

Now simplify:

9(8)

72