How do you express #x^(4/3)# in simplest radical form?
When dealing with fractional exponents, it's always useful to remember that the exponent can be written as a product of an integer and of a fraction that has the numerator equal to 1.
In general, this looks like this
This is important when dealing with fractional exponents because an exponent that takes the form
Since, for any
SImply put, you need to take the cube root from
Of course, you can also write