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    Im working on it, just wait a min :)

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    Looks like zaynahf might have this one covered.

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    |dw:1355970764465:dw| For Part 3 explanation: The INDEX is the type of root you are doing. So the index for this is 3, since it is a cube root. The radicand is the stuff under the radical sign (square root sign). The index is the denominator in a radical exponent, and the radicand's exponent is the numerator. That is how we get x^5/3 Any questions? :)

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    oh ok. thanks man :D

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    *Girl lol and no problem

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    Nah its fine :P

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