The rational exponent form of a^{0.4} in radical form.

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The rational exponent form of a0.4 in radical form.
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Change 0.4 into a fraction.

Multiply by 1010 to remove the decimal.

a100.410

Multiply 10 by 0.4.

a410

Cancel the common factor of 4 and 10

Factor 2 out of 4.

a2(2)10

Cancel the common factors.

Factor 2 out of 10.

a2225

Cancel the common factor.

a2225

Rewrite the expression.

a25

Apply the rule xmn=xmn to rewrite the exponentiation as a radical.

a25

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