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Part 1: Create your own radical expression. Part 2: Convert it to a rational exponent. Part 3: Explain, in complete sentences, how the expression was converted.

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    can u help me

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    for part 1 i came up with 3 sqrt (10)

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    i need help getting the answer to part 2

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    @RadEn

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    hello @Hero

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    help please and ill give points

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    is that the part 2 of my part 1? or is that part 1 ?

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    if so how do i explain part 3

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    how bout part 3

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    Part 1: \[\sqrt{x}\] = \[x ^{\frac{ 1 }{ 2 }}\] . The root number(2 since its the SQUARE root) becomes the denominator of the exponent and the power (1) becomes the numerator

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    thank you for helping me

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