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|dw:1436953629253:dw| simplify
Are you sure it is 6th root outside, and not cube root?
most likely cube root

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you can write it as \[y ^{3/2} z \sqrt{5x}\]
|dw:1436955988792:dw|
I see 6 for the root with my glasses
what the heck? @CGGURUMANJUNATH
but if there is cube root then it will like this \[5xy ^{3}z ^{2}\]
but if there is a 6th root, we can't even simplify the 125 in there
|dw:1436954910497:dw| then the z and y can be plucked out
anyway, I don't think we should go further until there is clarification from the asker. I already got into one drama fight last night over a non-factoring quadratic equation -___________________________-

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