I don't understand how (5y^3/4)(2y^1/3) equals 10y^13/10

I have the answer but I don't understand how its reached. well at least not that 13/10 part

Thanks

Intermediate algebra was the correct spot right?

I don't understand how (5y^3/4)(2y^1/3) equals 10y^13/10

I have the answer but I don't understand how its reached. well at least not that 13/10 part

Thanks

Intermediate algebra was the correct spot right?

I have the answer but I don't understand how its reached. well at least not that 13/10 part

Thanks

Intermediate algebra was the correct spot right?

If that's the class you're in, then yes.Intermediate algebra was the correct spot right?

The way you've posted means this:I don't understand how (5y^3/4)(2y^1/3) equals 10y^13/10

I have the answer but I don't understand how its reached. well at least not that 13/10 part

I think you mean this:

The first 10 comes from 5*2. The rest comes from exponent rules. The bases (the y's) are multiplied so the powers are added:

I think the 10 in the power is a typo for 12. The rest works out correctly.