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# Which of the answer choices properly lists the following in

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Which of the answer choices properly lists the following in [#permalink]  16 Jul 2003, 01:13
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Which of the answer choices properly lists the following in increasing order from left to right (all roots are positive):

3rd root of 2, 6th root of 5, 10th root of 10, 15th root of 30.

(A) 3rd root of 2, 6th root of 5, 10th root of 10, 15th root of 30.
(B) 10th root of 10, 15th root of 30, 3rd root of 2, 6th root of 5
(C) 10th root of 10, 3rd root of 2, 6th root of 5, 15th root of 30
(D) 15th root of 30, 3rd root of 2, 10th root of 10, 6th root of 5
(E) 15th root of 30, 10th root of 10, 3rd root of 2, 6th root of 5
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Okies make a common base,

LCM is 30.

So, the first one becomes (1024)^1/30.

Second one becomes, (3125)^1/30

Third one becomes, (1000)^1/30.

Fourth one becomes, (900)^1/30.

So the least is fourth one.

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evensflow wrote:
Okies make a common base,

LCM is 30.

So, the first one becomes (1024)^1/30.

Second one becomes, (3125)^1/30

Third one becomes, (1000)^1/30.

Fourth one becomes, (900)^1/30.

So the least is fourth one.

Exactly the proper approach. Very nicely done.
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