Rewrite the expression using rational exponents.

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Rewrite the expression using rational exponents.

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Answer:

x^{8/3}

Step-by-step explanation:

when taking the radical of a number its really just a fractioned exponent for example \sqrt{x} = x^{1/2}

This is because in the radical the x has an exponent of 1 and since its the square root the radical is to the 2nd so you take the exponent of the X and put that of the what ever kind of radial you have such as a square root third root fourth root and so on...

in your case you would take X's exponent of 8 and since your taking the cube root would put the 8 over the 3.

hope that helped

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Elias VonRueden
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X/8 3 that’s the answer
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Flavio Adams
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