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Simplification of Radical Expressions

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radical

radical

A mathematical expression involving a root by means of a radical sign. The word radical comes from the Latin word radix, meaning root.
Rational Exponent Property

Rational Exponent Property

For integer values of x and whole values of y: a^{\frac{x}{y}}= \sqrt[y]{a^x}

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