# How do you express #x^(4/3)# in simplest radical form?

##### 1 Answer

You raise **cube root**.

#### Explanation:

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