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\[\sqrt[8]{x^3}\]
Which of the following represents ^^^^ in exponential form?
3

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thats not one od the answer choices and its not in exponential form
im confused as to what your asking you what the exponential form of x3−−√8
√a:(x^3)
I wrote what I need the exponential form of
okay hold up
x^2=10^a
idk lol i tried
I think the answer is x^3/8 but to get to the answer
its x^3/8 because the numerator is is 3 and the denominatior is 8,.
wow yes thats right i thought the 8 was a so thats why mine wasnt coming out right
use the property of exponent : |dw:1365687170078:dw|
yes, x^(3/8) is the answer

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