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Simplifying Radicals using Rational Exponents - Problem 3
MA, Stanford University
Teaching in the San Francisco Bay Area
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Any expression with a radical, or root, can be re-written in exponential form where the exponent will be rational, or a fraction. The exponent rule that defines fractional exponents is critical- be very precise with which part of the exponent goes where. Once you're fluid with turning a root into fractional form, you'll be ready to do more advanced fractional exponent work, like embedded roots or solving exponential equations.
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