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In radical form, 81^1/3 is written as ___ or ___.

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    In radical form, \[81^{1/3} \] is written as ___ or ___.

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    One answer is 729 right? So, tell me the other pls?

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    Why would 729 be one answer?

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    4.33

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    Don't just give the answer @shamim

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    \[81^{1/3}=4.33\]

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    Help her learn.

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    @shamim there's no other fraction form?

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    sorry. i meant \[81^{3/2}\]

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    ok

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    \[81^{3/2}=729\]

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    Yup:) 729. what's the other?

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    it has only 1 answer

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    as i know

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    The question asks: "In radical form, (81)^(2/3) is written as ___ or ___."

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    or can be 729/1?

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    Do you know what "radical form" is?

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    "Radical" form is a form that invovles the radical symbol, right?

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    hmm yeah gaaad its hard ><

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    \[\sqrt[n]{m}\]

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    |dw:1354353887487:dw|

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    |dw:1354353998697:dw|

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    \[\sqrt[3/2]{81}\] ?

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