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SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME !

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  1. LaynaMae
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    @ranga ?

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    @ash2326 ?

  4. anonymous
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    first multiply \(3\times 7=21\) to write it as \[\large\sqrt[5]{x^{21}}\]

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    then rewrite with a rational exponent, by the rule that \[\large \sqrt[n]{x^m}=x^{\frac{m}{n}}\] to get \[\large \sqrt[5]{x^{21}}=x^{\frac{21}{5}}\]

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    Wow , and that's it ? I guess I have over-thinking the question ! Thank you :))

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    I have 4 more questions that I can't seem to understand , can you help ?

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