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answer choices A,B,C,D from top to bottom. Choose ALL that apply!!!
if we solve for a we get??

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umm sq.rt of a?
if \(a^n=c \\ a = c^{1/n} \\ a^{1/n} = \sqrt[n]a\)
look at hartnn's rule of how else we cud write sqrt of a
if n=2, square root, if n=3 ,cube root if n=n, 'n'th root
oaky :) so what else? what does that mean?? idk how to match that to the answer choices given :(
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I'm still confused... so answer choice C is an answer??
u can say i raised to (1/n)th power on both sides
C is correct, what about b ,isn't that correct too ?
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yes.
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welcome ^_^

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