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Apollinaria
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I haven't taken math in years and am having trouble understanding how to find simplest radical form of a ^{4}√(x^{14}).
I said x^{4}√x^{10}.
I realize I have 3 x^{4}ths and x^{2} but I'm not sure if I can pull out more xs.
What are the rules for this? Ideas, insight?
I said x^{4}√x^{10}.
I realize I have 3 x^{4}ths and x^{2} but I'm not sure if I can pull out more xs.
What are the rules for this? Ideas, insight?