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a) [itex]\sqrt[1.16]{x}[/itex]

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b) [itex]x^{\frac{1}{1.16}}[/itex]Thanks

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In summary, both the expressions \sqrt[1.16]{x} and x^{\frac{1}{1.16}} are equivalent when taking the 1.16 root of x. However, the latter is easier to work with and more commonly used. It can also be easily included in equations and polynomials.

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a) [itex]\sqrt[1.16]{x}[/itex]

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b) [itex]x^{\frac{1}{1.16}}[/itex]Thanks

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