Rational Exponents 5

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Lesson Description:

Part 5 shows examples working with radicals and fractional exponents.

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How do you write multiple radical expressions as a single radical expression?
  • How do you write the cube root of y^2 * the 6th root of y as a single radical expression?
  • How do you write the 5th root of x / the 6th root of x as a single radical expression?
  • How do you write the cube root of 2 * the square root of 5 as a single radical expression?
  • How can you simplify the fourth root of x^3 * the square root of y * the cube root of 2?
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    In this lesson, you will learn how to rewrite several radical expressions that are being multiplied or divided as a single radical expression. Rational exponents are used as an intermediate step to putting the two expressions under the same radical. All steps are shown and explained in this lesson.