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**[SOLVED] Quick Question**

Hey!

This question may tex ability :shy:

**The Question**

Write [tex]\frac{2\sqrt x+3}{x}[/tex] in the form [tex]2x^p + 3x^q[/tex] where p and q are constants.

**Attempt**

[tex]\frac{2\sqrt x+3}{x} \times x[/tex]

[tex]2x + 3x[/tex]

I basically multiplied the initial equation by x to get rid of the denominator, and now I have what looks like a close to correct answer, but without p and q, either p or q could be one but I think the fact that they have asked for p and q would suggest that they powers must be different.

Thanks to any helpers =]

_Mayday_