# How do you simplify #\root3 { 125b ^ { 2} c ^ { 3} d ^ { 5} }#?

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#### Explanation:

To simplify radical equations like his one, we an first find the cube root of the non-variable,

Now let's work on the variables:

**If the variable's exponent is less than the root (3), that variable cannot be simplified**.

Since *second* power, the

**For the variables that can be simplified, the exponent of it outside the radical is equal to the exponent divided by the root (rounding down). The remainder that can't be divided is left inside.**

With that being said, we simplify the

For

So the exponent of *outside* the radical is

And this is simplified!