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Rational Exponents and Radicals

Rational Exponents and Radicals 1.9 - Solution

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When rewriting a radical into exponential form, the exponent of the radicand is the numerator of the rational exponent, and the index of the radical is the denominator of the rational exponent. With this in mind, we can rewrite the given expression. Now, let's simplify this expression as much as possible.