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write the expression in radical notation. with explanations please.
x^2/3y^1/5
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write the expression in radical notation. with explanations please. x^2/3y^1/5
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what you need to remember about turning to radical is that in the exponent..the denominator of your exponent is your index and the numerator is the exponent...lemmme demonstrate: x^2/3 becomes .... cube root of x^2 because the denominator is 3..so it is cube root and it has an exponent with numerator two..so it is a square... do you get it? try y^1/5
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so then i just put it this way
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