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which is?

sorry it took me so long

Use the the fundamental rule with radicals that
(ab)^(1/2) = (a)^(1/2) * (b)^(1/2)

i know but how does that help me find what the equation is equivalent to?

do you know what the next step is?

??

remember the rule that (x^(4))^(1/4) is the same as x^((x/1)(1/4)) = x^(1) = x

um do i i change (x^2)^1/4 into x?

wait apply the rule I just showed you
so
(x^(2))^(1/4) = x^((2/1)(1/4))

and how to simplify fractions right?
(2/4) = (1/2)

ya so um it turns out to be x^1/2?

yup

what is (y^(3))^(1/4) simplified?

2x^1/2 and y^7/4

y^(7/4) can be simplified more you would know that if you read what I posted

you can split up numbers and variables to aid in simplification of them

ya but that is what it looks like as one of the answer choices

oh ok weird sorry for the accusation hope I was helpful

ya u were ty