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x = 7

y = 12

Step-by-step explanation:

To do this question you have to know your exponent rules, but also you need to know how to add fractions.

To multiply

6^(1/3) × 6^(1/4)

you can keep the 6 and just add the exponents.

That's why the answer is set up on the form 6^(x/y)

To add fractions, you need a common denominator, it is 12.

1/3 is 4/12.

1/4 is 3/12.

So 1/3 + 1/4

is the same as:

4/12 + 3/12

= 7/12

7/12 is the exponent you are looking for.

x = 7 and y = 12.

6^(1/3) × 6^(1/4)

=6^(7/12)
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