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    simplifying radicals?

    I'm confused on how to solve these... what do I do with the exponent? If someone could explain, that'd be great
    1. \sqrt[4]{2x}

    2. \sqrt[4]{243(x+1)}
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    Quote Originally Posted by isundae View Post
    1. \sqrt[4]{2x}
    This is in its simpliest form


    Quote Originally Posted by isundae View Post

    2. \sqrt[4]{243(x+1)}
    So is this.

    When talking about exponents \sqrt[4]{x} = x^{\frac{1}{4}}
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    Oh okay, I must of got confused with something else.

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