# Algebra II : Understanding Radicals

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #91 : Understanding Radicals

Solve:       Explanation:

We will need to rewrite the negative exponent as a fraction. Recall that the denominator of the power represents the root index, and the numerator of the power represents what the quantity is raised to. Replace the denominator. The answer is: ### Example Question #92 : Understanding Radicals

Solve:       Explanation:

The denominator of the fractional exponent represents the index of the radical.

Rewrite the expression in radical form.  A radical with an index of 2 is simply the square root of a number. The answer is: ### Example Question #93 : Understanding Radicals

What is equivalent to?      Explanation:

The denominator represents the index of the square root.  The numerator is the  power that the quantity is raised to.

Rewrite the expression as a radical. The answer is: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 Next →

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