How do you read a radical expression with an index of 3 or higher?
How could you simplify the cube root of 56 using a factor tree?
What does the nth root of b^n equal?
How do you simplify the cube root of 24x^10?
How can you simplify the cube root of x^26?
How do you simplify the fourth root of 80x^12y^15?
How can you simplify the fourth root of a number using a factor tree?
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This lesson goes into further explanation of finding higher orders of radicals of numbers, such as the cube root or fourth root. A new technique for simplifying these roots of variable expressions is explained. Some more complicated expressions are shown in this lesson with all steps shown and explained very well.