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So, I need them in radical form.

Factor everything first and then apply your radical rules...
for example
\[\sqrt[3]{x^3} = x\]

Problem is that I have no idea what you're saying. ._.

This uses the idea that
\[\sqrt[a]{x} = x^{1/a}\]

the ^ means exponents. like, 2^3 is 2 cubed.

\(\Large\text{But again, I have no idea how to do this.}\)

is ^3v/56x^14
supposed to be
\[\bigg(\sqrt{56x^{14}}\bigg)^3\] then?

Sorry that should be \[2\sqrt{x}\]

and no, it's supposed to be \[^{3}\sqrt{56x^{14}}\]

I understand the first half of your example equation, but not the second half.

my brain is about to explode. e_o