simplify 4th root of 36

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\[\sqrt[4]{36}\]
As a start change it to exponent form using : \[\large \sqrt[n]{m}= m^{\frac{1}{n}}\]
3*3*2*2

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how do i end up at sqrt6 as my answer
\((\sqrt{6}\sqrt{6})(\sqrt{6}\sqrt{6})=6*6\) Go with @ganeshie8 's idea to see how you can get there without knowing..
\[(36)^{1/4}\] \[6^2(^.25)\]
then we can go 6 ^ 0.5
which is square root of 6
Yeah, but what is the strategy if we do not know what we are looking for ? @ganeshie8
i worked it out on my calc and found that it was square root 6. for some reason i was looking for one number that can be multiplied by 4 times to get to 36 which is not the case in scenario

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