To convert the given radical expression \sqrt[3]{x^{12}} to its rational exponent form and then simplify

Jason Farmer 2021-08-08 Answered

To convert the given radical expression \(\sqrt[3]{x^{12}}\) to its rational exponent form and then simplify
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Vasquez
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Step 1

The given expression can be written as:

\(\sqrt[3]{x^{12}}=(x^{12})^{\frac 13} \ \ \ \ (\text{ Since } \sqrt[n]{a}=a^{\frac 1n})\)

\(\sqrt[3]{x^{12}}=(x^{12 \times \frac 13}) \ \ \ (\text{ Since } (a^m)^n=a^{mn})\)

\(\sqrt[3]{x^{12}}=(x^{\frac{12}{3}})\)

\(\sqrt[3]{x^{12}}=x^4\)

Therefore, the given radical expression to its rational exponent form is given by \(\sqrt[3]{x^{12}}=(x^{12})^{\frac 13}\) and the simplifiend form is given by \(\sqrt[3]{x^{12}}=x^4\)

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