To simplify embedded roots, we first need to re-write everything with fractional exponents, working from the inside out. You will need to be precise with your use of exponent rules- be careful with when you add, subtract, or multiply the exponents. Read the instructions in your text or ask your teacher if the final result should be left with fractional exponents or radicals.
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