# Fractional Exponents

Pro Problems > Math > Algebra > Expressions > Simplifying and Factoring > Radicals## Fractional Exponents

Find the largest two-digit integer x for which the following expression is an integer.

3x

^{3/2}+ x^{1/2}- 12x - 43x

^{5/4}- 6x + x^{1/4}- 2Presentation mode

Problem by Mr. Twitchell

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