simplify the following expression...

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\[(25/9)^{1/2}\]
it's suposed to be 25 over 9 and 1 over 2
So it's written in the form you gave correct?

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that's the same as which is the same thing as \[\sqrt{25}/\sqrt{9}\]
1/2 exponent means a square root. So square root of 25 over square root of 9
yes it is written in that form, i just didn't know if there was a way to have it clearly over the other number.
so 5/3
okk so that's the answer they are looking for? I thought it could be something like that, but wasn't sure how the 1/2 came into play
Like everyone said, the power of 1/2 is the same as a square root. So yes. :)
okk. Thanks everyone :)

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