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Algebra II Recipe: Changing Radical Form to Exponential Form
A. Given
  1. The root number (3) is the denominator.
  2. The power (1) is the numerator.
  3. Exponential form = 
B. Given
  1. The root number (7) is the denominator.
  2. The power (2) is the numerator.
  3. Exponential form =
C. Given
  1. The root number (5) is the denominator.
  2. The power (1) is the numerator.
  3. (8y) is the base.
  4. Exponential form = (8y)1/5
D. Given
  1. The root number (understood 2) is the denominator.
  2. The power (3) is the numerator.
  3. 8 is the coefficient.
  4. Exponential form =



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