# How do you write 16^(1/4) in radical form?

Use this rule of exponents to write this in radical form: ${x}^{\frac{1}{\textcolor{red}{n}}} = \sqrt[\textcolor{red}{n}]{x}$
${16}^{\frac{1}{\textcolor{red}{4}}} = \sqrt[\textcolor{red}{4}]{16}$