i am learning how to solve radicals and rational exponents for honors algebra 2. i am so cofused

Quan has a good explanation.

Here's two ways you can write the answer:

1 /(

^{7}√(t^{2}))OR

1 / (

^{7}√t)^{2}-
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i am learning how to solve radicals and rational exponents for honors algebra 2. i am so cofused

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Katy, TX

Quan has a good explanation.

Here's two ways you can write the answer:

1 /( ^{7}√(t^{2}))

OR

1 / (^{7}√t)^{2}

Raleigh, NC

Hi,

t^{-(2/7)}

When you see a negative exponent that mean it is 1/t^{(2/7) }

Next step, with the fraction exponent, the numerator is the power and the denominator is the root.

For example t^{(3/4)} means that 4th-root(t^{3})

Hope it helps.

Quan.

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