# High School Math : Understanding Radicals

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #1 : Expressing Radicals As Exponents

Simplify:      Explanation:

Multiply the numerator and denominator to the exponent:  Simplify the expression by combining like terms: ### Example Question #11 : Understanding Radicals

Express the following exponent in radical form:       Explanation:

Begin by converting each exponent to have a denominator of :   Finally, simplify: ### Example Question #61 : Algebra Ii

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 #62 : Algebra Ii       Explanation:

Begin by converting the radical into exponent form:  Simplify the exponent and multiply:   Simplify: ### Example Question #63 : Algebra Ii

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:   2 Next → 