# High School Math : Algebra II

## Example Questions

### Example Question #12 : Expressing Radicals As Exponents

Express the following exponent in radical form:

Explanation:

Begin by converting each exponent to have a denominator of :

Now, put this in radical form:

Finally, simplify:

### Example Question #13 : Expressing Radicals As Exponents

Explanation:

Begin by converting the radical into exponent form:

Simplify the exponent and multiply:

Simplify:

### Example Question #11 : Radicals

Express the following exponent in radical form:

Explanation:

Begin by changing the fractional exponents so that they both have a common denominator of :

Now, put this in radical form and simplify:

### Example Question #1 : Factoring Radicals

Factor and simplify the following radical expression:

Explanation:

Begin by factoring the integer:

Now, simplify the exponents:

### Example Question #2 : Factoring Radicals

Factor and simplify the following radical expression:

Explanation:

Begin by converting the radical into exponent form:

Now, multiply the exponents:

### Example Question #61 : Algebra Ii

Factor and simplify the following radical expression:

Explanation:

Begin by converting the radical into exponent form:

Now, combine the bases:

Simplify the integer:

Now, simplify the exponents:

Convert back into radical form and simplify:

### Example Question #4 : Factoring Radicals

Factor and simplify the following radical expression:

Explanation:

Begin by multiplying the numerator and denominator by the complement of the denominator:

Use the FOIL method to multiply the radicals. F (first) O (outer) I (inner) L (last)

Now, combine like terms:

Simplify:

### Example Question #5 : Factoring Radicals

Factor and simplify the following radical expression:

Explanation:

Combine like terms:

Multiply the left side by  and the right side by

### Example Question #6 : Factoring Radicals

Factor and simplify the following radical expression:

Explanation:

Begin by converting the radicals into exponent form:

Now, combine the bases:

Convert back into radical form and simplify:

### Example Question #7 : Factoring Radicals

Factor and simplify the following radical expression: